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About Steve Stevens

You might know Steve Stevens from his axe-work alongside Billy Idol on tracks like "White Wedding" and "Rebel Yell." His maximum shredding abilities and boyish rock star poses also got him hooked up with Michael Jackson, who featured him on his track, "Dirty Diana." From there, he went the solo route -- forming Steve Stevens' Atomic Playboys, which was more of the same, only without the star power and a bigger blues influence. This meant nothing to anyone, and soon Stevens found himself in Vince Neil's band -- Vince Neil's band that wasn't Motley Crue! It was only a matter of time before he was back onstage with Billy Idol, making the rounds and striking the poses. Indeed, this is where you can find him today.

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Listen toSteve Stevenson Napster

You might know Steve Stevens from his axe-work alongside Billy Idol on tracks like "White Wedding" and "Rebel Yell." His maximum shredding abilities and boyish rock star poses also got him hooked up with Michael Jackson, who featured him on his track, "Dirty Diana." From there, he went the solo route -- forming Steve Stevens' Atomic Playboys, which was more of the same, only without the star power and a bigger blues influence. This meant nothing to anyone, and soon Stevens found himself in Vince Neil's band -- Vince Neil's band that wasn't Motley Crue! It was only a matter of time before he was back onstage with Billy Idol, making the rounds and striking the poses. Indeed, this is where you can find him today.

About Steve Stevens

You might know Steve Stevens from his axe-work alongside Billy Idol on tracks like "White Wedding" and "Rebel Yell." His maximum shredding abilities and boyish rock star poses also got him hooked up with Michael Jackson, who featured him on his track, "Dirty Diana." From there, he went the solo route -- forming Steve Stevens' Atomic Playboys, which was more of the same, only without the star power and a bigger blues influence. This meant nothing to anyone, and soon Stevens found himself in Vince Neil's band -- Vince Neil's band that wasn't Motley Crue! It was only a matter of time before he was back onstage with Billy Idol, making the rounds and striking the poses. Indeed, this is where you can find him today.

About Steve Stevens

You might know Steve Stevens from his axe-work alongside Billy Idol on tracks like "White Wedding" and "Rebel Yell." His maximum shredding abilities and boyish rock star poses also got him hooked up with Michael Jackson, who featured him on his track, "Dirty Diana." From there, he went the solo route -- forming Steve Stevens' Atomic Playboys, which was more of the same, only without the star power and a bigger blues influence. This meant nothing to anyone, and soon Stevens found himself in Vince Neil's band -- Vince Neil's band that wasn't Motley Crue! It was only a matter of time before he was back onstage with Billy Idol, making the rounds and striking the poses. Indeed, this is where you can find him today.