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"I Do This Cause I Love It!" Featuring Founder of 80's Jersey Rock Giants Trixter

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In this episode I chat with my wizards of winter touring brother and dear friend Steve Brown, the founder of the 80’s jersey rock giant band Trixter, who in my opinion embodies the essence of passion and perseverance in the music industry. Inspired by his father’s advice to always strive for excellence, Brown embarked on his rock and roll journey in 1978, influenced by icons like Ace Frehley, Eddie Van Halen, and the golden era of music that set the standards for future generations. With a blend of athletic competitiveness and musical prowess, Brown found his calling, fueled by his fascination with both the artistry and business aspects of the industry.
Driven by his desire to make an impact, Brown was inspired by Rick Allen joining Def Leppard at 16, which led to the formation of Trixter in July of 1984. Their hits like "Give It to Me Good" and "One in a Million" propelled them to success, reflecting Brown's commitment to consistency and dedication to every performance, regardless of venue size.
Beyond his musical talents, Brown's passion for production and engineering stemmed from his disappointment with the limitations of his music's representation. Embracing the ethos of artists like the Van Halen brothers, he advocated for maintaining control over one's career, from attire to music production.
Brown's entrepreneurial spirit extended to his guitar brand, where he emphasized the importance of understanding market needs and delivering quality products with integrity. Despite facing criticism, Brown's focus on relationships and genuine connections propelled him forward, proving that success in the music industry is not just about talent, but also about nurturing meaningful partnerships.
In essence, Steve Brown's journey exemplifies the power of resilience, passion, and strategic thinking in achieving success in the ever-evolving landscape of the music business as you'll soon hear e so listen in cause this episode is full of some rockstar vibes all the way through!

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In this episode I chat with my wizards of winter touring brother and dear friend Steve Brown, the founder of the 80’s jersey rock giant band Trixter, who in my opinion embodies the essence of passion and perseverance in the music industry. Inspired by his father’s advice to always strive for excellence, Brown embarked on his rock and roll journey in 1978, influenced by icons like Ace Frehley, Eddie Van Halen, and the golden era of music that set the standards for future generations. With a blend of athletic competitiveness and musical prowess, Brown found his calling, fueled by his fascination with both the artistry and business aspects of the industry.
Driven by his desire to make an impact, Brown was inspired by Rick Allen joining Def Leppard at 16, which led to the formation of Trixter in July of 1984. Their hits like "Give It to Me Good" and "One in a Million" propelled them to success, reflecting Brown's commitment to consistency and dedication to every performance, regardless of venue size.
Beyond his musical talents, Brown's passion for production and engineering stemmed from his disappointment with the limitations of his music's representation. Embracing the ethos of artists like the Van Halen brothers, he advocated for maintaining control over one's career, from attire to music production.
Brown's entrepreneurial spirit extended to his guitar brand, where he emphasized the importance of understanding market needs and delivering quality products with integrity. Despite facing criticism, Brown's focus on relationships and genuine connections propelled him forward, proving that success in the music industry is not just about talent, but also about nurturing meaningful partnerships.
In essence, Steve Brown's journey exemplifies the power of resilience, passion, and strategic thinking in achieving success in the ever-evolving landscape of the music business as you'll soon hear e so listen in cause this episode is full of some rockstar vibes all the way through!

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