Steve Cooke’s style can be described as a marriage of Blues, Hard rock, Americana and Acoustic music, topped with heavy choruses, lots of light and shade and dynamic singing. His songs have an indelible effect with the unique 12-string guitar sound that resonates a new era of popular music. Cooke’s vocal influences are most commonly cited among late-sixties and early-seventies singers. Vocally compared to a “cross between Robert Plant and Janis Joplin“. He also plays a 12 string guitar and has invented a new tuning. Strongest guitar influences are Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, Peter Townsend.