Stephen Kellogg in Studio 89 on October 7th
Getting his start in Northampton, MA, Stephen Kellogg is a singer/songwriter and guitarist whose music has been described as country-rock, Americana and folk. He draws inspiration from his fathers' record collection including Jim Croce, Cat Stevens and The Band. Forming the band the Sixers in 2003, Stephen has shared the stage with the likes of George Thorogood, David Crosby, O.A.R. and even the late great James Brown.
The Sixers took a hiatus in November 2012. With no plans to tour or record in the near future Stephen began work on his 9th studio album Blunderstone Rookery. Recorded close to home, this album provided Stephen the opportunity to say exactly what he wanted to say. Released earlier this summer Blunderstone Rookery was WNKU's CD of the Month for August.