“I highly recommend his music to anyone with an ear for good world music.”
Jonathon Sanders, Indiana Daily Student
Check out an article about Steve from the Indiana Daily Student.

Steve is on an MP3 CD, distributed for free in the Indianapolis area. His featured song is “Body Talk”, a cool solo guitar piece that grooves! – Indianapolis Music.net

More Music! Steve is also on a CD for CARR to help raise money to fight the proposed (pork project) new terrain route for I-69 in Southern Indiana. He is featured playing his little Irish country waltz, “Molly McGrath“.

Fight The Man! Steve made his debut on fiddle playing “Molly McGrath” at the CARR benefit concert at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater in Bloomington, Indiana.

“…the Chapman Stick®, which he describes as a 12-stringed instrument that is tapped instead of picked, strummed or bowed. Sobiech used its amazing ability to sound like both a guitar and a bass to play several Brazilian sambas, which are short and relaxing songs resembling love sonnets. The dual bass and guitar sound creates the impression that a full band is performing.”
Matt Drabek, Indiana Daily Student

“Steve plays great guitar in the tradition of Joe Pass and Stanley Jordan…”
Bloomington Independent, Bloomington IN

“If you can catch Steve performing live around Indianapolis, don’t miss it! You’ll be thoroughly entertained.”
– Clara Winslow, MTV ONLINE Music Review

“Steve Sobiech will stop by to play guitar, the Chapman Stick®, and say goofy stuff. The goofy stuff alone makes this worth the trip, but the Chapman Stick® … makes this a great performance.”
Borders Books and Music, Bloomington IN

“Dear Steve, liked the show. It was groovy.”
“Thank you Steve, you were the best. And also, you beat the rest.”
“We learned all kinds of stuff. An ax is what you call your instrument.”
– Mrs. Collins’ third grade class, Bedford IN