Black Country Blues, Rock & Jazz
Skidders, aka Steve Skidmore, was born in the Black Country in the middle of England. Listen to his eclectic blues, rock & jazz and also the sweet side of his acoustic guitar compositions.
He can't sing, but he can play the guitar!
Skidders? Who on earth is Skidders?
Skidders, aka Steve Skidmore, has played guitar for many years and seen many changes in both music and music technology. Read his journey from a Beatles mad youngster through to the first time he played the Cavern in Liverpool and beyond.
From Smethwick to Royal Leamington Spa!
All the Singles, EPs & Albums
One things you can't say Skidders isn't - and that's eclectic. Check out the diversity of published music and eclectic collaborations.
"Never stay still - never be satisfied"
- “Skidderslectric – a thrilling, rocking good time with no regard for boundaries of genre”. Rick Jamm, Jamsphere (Jun 30, 2015)
- “If anything, Skidderslectric teaches us one thing about Skidders. The man can’t sing. The man can play. What a revelation!”. Jeena Johnson, SoundLooks (Jun 30, 2015)
- “Skidderslectric – complete with heavy, creative guitar playing”. Independent Music News 24 (Jun 30, 2015)
- “Skidderslectric seems to fit Skidders’ frantic guitar runs, his sonic bends, his unique phrasing, and his sweet-hot tone like a glove”. Tunedloud! (Jun 30, 2015)
- “83% Total Score by redheadedflea.co.uk PROS - great blues guitar playing!”. Red Headed Flea (Jun 27, 2015)
- “Press Release - "Skidders Goes Electric On Stunning Blues Inspired Album". mi2n, Music Industry News Network (Jun 21, 2015)
- “Skidders Goes Electric on Stunning New Album. The track O’Larso is a great example of Skidders versatility and for lovers of raunchy blues/rock the album is a treat.” Aurovine, Aurovine Blog (Mar 25, 2015)
- “Dear Steve, Just to say thanks very much for sending copies of the Baggies single. Well done mate - really liked it.”. Adrian Chiles, Broadcaster and Writer - BBC, Personal letter (Apr 04, 2008)
- “Proving he was far from clapped out, Skidders was clapped off the stage after an enjoyable set of acoustic Clapton covers.”. Martin Winch - BBC Presenter, BBC Coventry & Warwickshire (Mar 31, 2010)