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Hello Maestro, I hope that all is well with you. This week I am listening to "SUBTEXT" and, although I knew that I will like it even before I listened, it really surprised me. A real wonderful album with fantastic players and a beautiful sound. Thank You for the Music! Abraço
Andre Tandeta
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil - Wednesday, June 12, 2024 at 17:07:33 (EDT)
Hi Steve, I just wanted to thank you so much for all of your wonderful music. I first heard you when a radio DJ friend gave me a copy of "LOCAL COLOR," and I have followed you from that moment on. So many great recordings since then. "PUBLIC ACCESS" was really something as well as "YOU ARE HERE." All your recent Latin jazz recordings are constant companions. We're all getting older, so while I am still here, I just want to tell you how much your music means to me, and how you've been a companion throughout my life. May you and your loved ones continue is good health and thank you for the gift of your creativity. Peace, Zahir
Zahir Orest
Grand Marais, MN USA - Thursday, June 06, 2024 at 12:08:56 (EDT)
Steve, don't know if you still tour. Would love to see you live at some venue in the New York area. I'm a big fan, Jeff
Jeff Labow
Dobbs Ferry, NY USA - Sunday, June 02, 2024 at 15:42:41 (EDT)
Hello Mr. Khan, Greetings from Bavaria. I love your song "Descarga Khanalonius" from "CROSSINGS" and would like to know which instrument is used a few times in the track. In my friend's opinion it sounds like a can of spray foam. It must have been Manolo Badrena?
Josef Ertl
Ingolstadt, Germany - Friday, May 24, 2024 at 15:23:06 (EDT)
Hello Steve, I hope you've been well. I am a huge fan of your playing, it's always so tasty and musical. I am sure you've been told this a thousand times, but your lead tone on "Glamour Profession" is my favourite tone of all time. Rainey & Purdie are my favourite bassist & drummer - much like yourself they just seem to have an instinct for the pocket and coming up with the most musical yet interesting parts. That rhythm section plus yourself for "Babylon Sisters" is unreal. Thanks for all of the music and inspiration you've created over the years. Best, Dylan
Dylan Hurry
Charlottetown, PE Canada - Tuesday, May 21, 2024 at 21:22:01 (EDT)
Dear Steve, with the passing of David Sanborn, I am listening today to the earlier albums on vinyl: "TIGHTROPE"; "THE BLUE MAN" and "ARROWS." I own multiple copies of a lot of these. I have everything of yours. You and I connected over "LET'S CALL THIS" years ago in the early internet days. The point is that you and the music that you have given the world has meant so much to me. I still go back to the older stuff sometimes, even the acoustic stuff. I hope you keep putting it out. I learned a lot from "CHORD KHANCEPTS" book years ago too. I worked so hard at that. Thank you Steve! I am 63 and got into Jazz young. My greatest joy. So many have passed now. Time is moving on. Be well and take good care of yourself. You are blessed with an amazing life.
Bruce Tomes
Monterey, CA USA - Monday, May 13, 2024 at 23:11:18 (EDT)
Happy birthday Steve, hope you had a great day.
Jaime Rodríguez
Concord, CA USA - Tuesday, April 30, 2024 at 01:14:50 (EDT)
Happy birthday Mr. Khan, thanks for all the wonderful music.
Steve Scott
Pretoria, South Africa - Monday, April 29, 2024 at 05:55:07 (EDT)
Happy belated birthday Mr. Khan, hope you are well and hoping that you had a fantastic birthday. Be safe. Regards, Jiggs
Jiggs Downing
Alberton, South Africa - Monday, April 29, 2024 at 05:28:26 (EDT)
Dear Steve, Best wishes to you, your family and friends. Make yourself a wonderful birthday. Is it really 30 years ago that you played over here? Please think about touring here once again, if I could, I'd invite you to play the Grillo Theater in Essen or the "ebertbad" in Oberhausen. Hope to see you live. Greetings from all your fans in Essen.
Ulrich Kleinkowski
Essen, Germany - Sunday, April 28, 2024 at 03:59:38 (EDT)
Steve, I hope that this note finds you well. I never thanked you for sending me "THE GREEN FIELD" CDs a long time ago. So, many years later, THANK YOU!! As you know, I've always been a fan (since the Larry Coryell "TWO FOR THE ROAD" days). Do you ever get out here to CA to perform? I would really enjoy seeing you again. Perhaps, if you had other gigs out here on the west coast. At any rate, be well, Steve, and please let me know if you ever get out here to play. Regards, Len
Len Chodosh
Pacific Grove, CA USA - Monday, April 22, 2024 at 17:51:08 (EDT)
Hey Man.... Just a quick note to say that I stumbled onto your website while looking for Mike Brecker playing EWI. And I was there with you in the "TIGHTROPE" and "THE BLUE MAN" days - as a young trumpet player, just getting my head wrapped around what we called "Fusion"! Your solos always transfixed me and made me think about approaching chord changes differently, and your signature TONE! I also appreciated your acoustic pieces - wonderfully recorded - and in a class by themselves. So thanks for the memories and the inspirations. I'm glad you're still 'doin' it'! Be well.
Dave Erwin
Jasper, GA USA - Thursday, April 18, 2024 at 18:55:43 (EDT)
Steve, fantastic insight, love your writings and playing!! Valve Trombonist from NYC. Friends with Chris Rogers, Jay Anderson, and others. Best, Mike.
Mike Fahn
Bronx, NY USA - Wednesday, March 06, 2024 at 14:57:08 (EST)
Hey Steve, First of all thank you for your beautiful music and your awesome website! I feel like your website is what the internet was made for! I'm a Jazz-Bass student from Germany. In one of our ensembles we play your albums, "EYEWITNESS" and "CASA LOCO" and I have to say it is a very fun but challenging experience. Your KHAN'S KORNER pages already helped me alot, and I read through all of ur analyses of both "Casa Loco" and "Some Sharks" but there are two parts that I just can't get my head around. If you would have any methods or ideas how to get into the feel, that would be great. Stay tuned and greetings from Germany, Willi!
Willi Frömming
Leipzig, Germany - Sunday, March 03, 2024 at 07:50:27 (EST)
I would love to see you do some guitar clinics. Are you coming to the Philadelphia area sometime this year?
John Bailey III
Bridgeton, NJ USA - Saturday, February 17, 2024 at 13:31:53 (EST)
Hi Steve, I wanted to drop in and say I'm a huge fan of your work. I am an amateur guitarist and huge jazz enthusiast and you have made a tremendous impact on my artistic journey. "THE GREEN FIELD" is probably my favorite jazz album of all time. Something about the atmosphere and the interplay on that record is just so organic and unique. Your guitar tone and the way it was recorded on the album is sublime.
    I was wondering what guitar/amp combo you used on the record, and how you mic'd your amp for the recording? I had to ask as I have been listening to this album on repeat since its release when I was still in high school. Thank you for taking the time to read my message once again! Best, Henry

Henry Guariglia
San Diego, CA USA - Wednesday, February 14, 2024 at 22:24:50 (EST)
Hi Steve, Thank you for all your music. Just listening to your version of "All or Nothing At All" from "HEADLINE" and was amazed at how incredible it is! Seeing your Discography blew my mind. You are on so many of my favorite albums. Best, Jeff and Nicole
Jeff Jacobs
Washington, DC USA - Wednesday, February 07, 2024 at 22:03:24 (EST)
Hi Steve, Hadn't visited your site in a while and I did yesterday. Appreciate the update on the "QUANTUM CRIMINALS" book. I just ordered it from Amazon this morning and they're delivering it tomorrow. I've loved your work since I bought "THE BLUE MAN" in 1979. Best Regards, Robert
Robert Fontes
Scottsdale, AZ USA - Monday, February 05, 2024 at 11:36:04 (EST)
Steve my man, the greatest Steely Dan guitar solo is not "Kid Charlemagne." It's the "Glamour Profession." Taking nothing away from Larry Carlton, but - nothing touches the "Glamour Profession"! Carry on good Sir!
Troy Wheeler
Philadelphia, PA USA - Sunday, January 28, 2024 at 08:58:23 (EST)