Rest in peace, his music will never be forgotten. From a fan , followed Steve's wonderful music from the start. The night at Birmingham symphony hall was truly magic. Love and best wishes to Steve's family
Philip Cairns:
22/03/2024
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Another journey, oh to be free. Rip.
Steven Bell:
22/03/2024
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22/03/2024
It was a privilege to meet Steve, Dorothy and family at Borde Hill for a couple of new year eve parties (early 2000s). Such an immensely intelligent and sensitive guy. Our thoughts are with you all at this dreadful time.
J and Y.
John:
22/03/2024
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The anorak in me. I have been in awe of Steve Harley since 1974 when a mate of mine 'Spings' brother bought the Psychomodo album and we both became addicted, made life in Skem bearable. It was a year later, 1975, when he made 'Make me Smile (Come up and see me)', that made him his money of course. I didn't get to see him until 1977 on the 'Face to Face' tour which made one of the best live albums of all time ( my view). Over the years I saw him many many times, too many to remember but the Albert Hall was a highlight and the O2 in Greenwich ( with Ed. my son) and his concert in Tunbridge Wells were he heard I was there and he wrote me a note on the tour poster thanking me and saying how it must have cost me a fortune being a Steve Harley devotee, living in Singapore as I do, this was delivered to my seat and I felt 10 feet tall. Never met the man but have been closer than close to him many times. Then the tour of 2022 Post COVID which timed brilliantly with
Duncan Telfer wedding in May of that year and I was able to fit in 6 gigs as far North as Southport (with my mate Tony, the Dragon and my wife Mel) and the last time I saw him in Bristol. Farewell Steve, you have been a large part of my life. Written in tears at the Pit, a bar in Singapore while I have my 3 for $30 Guiness Specials in a strange sort of Paddy's day celebration.
Mike Meade:
22/03/2024
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22/03/2024
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22/03/2024
Thank you so much for your music your kindness and for being you RIP Steve .
Colin Heath:
21/03/2024
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21/03/2024
Rest in peace Steve 🌹
I will never forget you.
Thank you for everything 🙏🏻

Mette :
21/03/2024
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