The Postcard Tour
Over the last decade Massachusetts songwriter Stephen Kellogg has performed more than 1,500 concerts in more than a dozen countries, both solo and with a band. In 2013 he gave a TEDx Talk about job satisfaction. Recently on a tour of Europe, SK (as fans often referto him) made a detour to play the Middle East, Africa and an aircraft carrier for the Armed Forces. Upon returning to the USA, he started his annual lyric writing campaign to raise money and awareness in the fight against pediatric cancer. At first glance none of this has anything to do with his music, but Stephen would argue that "it is the whole story. The music I make is a reflection of how I spend my time and what I care deeply about." His Americana-tinged, sometimes folk, often rock, occasionally pop stylings can make Kellogg hard to define, and his recent four-part album "South, West, North, East" embraces the notion of genre-splitting to the fullest. CBS Radio has called Stephen Kellogg "the best live act you've never seen," and No Depression calls him "the best songwriter you're not listening to." We think it's time to change this situation. Stephen Kellogg appeared on the Saturday night bill at the 2018 Ann Arbor Folk Festival.