Sweet and soulful is the sound of Nashville based singer/songwriter Steff Mahan. With a voice that is pure and powerful and lyrics that are heart-crafted and rock-solid, it’s hard to not get hooked on the emotional truth that comes out of this born songwriter’s mouth.
Mahan’s entertaining Americana mix of rock, roots, folk and country has generated six albums, including her most recent release, Enough.
Mahan has graced the stages of such notable venues as Atlanta’s Eddie’s Attic, Nashville’s The Bluebird Cafe, NYC’s The Bitter End, Charlotte’s The Evening Muse, and Birmingham’s Workplay Theater. She has shared the stage with such big name artists as Patty Griffin, The Indigo Girls, Tift Merritt, 10,000 Maniacs, Blame Sally, Holly Williams and Antigone Rising.
Equally at home performing on a festival stage in front of thousands of people or tucked into the corner of an intimate living room private house concert, Mahan plays music because she loves it and because she wants to share this love with others. It is exactly this desire that allows her to captivate an audience; to take them on an intimate tour of her music; to stay long after her shows talking to everyone and to call nearly every person she meets a friend.