New Zealand Singer Songwriter Stefanie Steven got hit by a bus just like it was in the movie “Yesterday”. Unfortunately the rest of the story is different.  She bought herself a ukulele, recorded two albums in the smallest studio on the road, living in a motorhome travelling through New Zealand. Her latest  music video  is called “Dire Straits”  where she is playing an original Charlie Musslewhite Harp as featured instrument (they’ve  met in Fiji). The Video was mostly shot in the Molesworth Souts Island and in times of the Corona Virus – this could be a movie sound  for a new western cowboy movie. She would appreciate your feedback.

New Zealand Singer Songwriter Stefanie Steven got hit by a bus just like it was in the movie “Yesterday”. Unfortunately the rest of the story is different. She bought herself a ukulele, recorded two albums in the smallest studio on the road, living in a motorhome travelling through New Zealand. Her latest music video is called “Dire Straits” where she is playing an original Charlie Musslewhite Harp as featured instrument (they’ve met in Fiji). The Video was mostly shot in the Molesworth Souts Island and in times of the Corona Virus – this could be a movie sound for a new western cowboy movie. She would appreciate your feedback.

New Zealand — Thursday, March 26th, 2020 — Where are you, Hero? We really need you! We’re living in such “Dire Straits”

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