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Last Update: February 9, 2013
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Steve Mramor was born into a musical family and raised in a home where music was a constant presence. Both of his parents sang, and his father played in a well-loved local band.
Steve, a self-taught guitarist, started his own musical career in a high school band in his hometown of Euclid, Ohio. After nearly 30 years, his love of playing music was reawakened when he heard Raven Dana and her daughter singing in a local coffee house.
Steve and Raven formed a band called Witch and Toad and collaborated on the album “You Can Never Go Home Again.” Their original music is played on Cleveland area radio stations as well as several Internet radio stations including Muse Boat Radio, the Cox Radio Show, Woman of Substance and Live Ireland. They and their music have been featured on Celtica Radio’s Underground Edition with Bill Everatt (Wales UK, Radio Hafren, 756kHz AM) and on Radio Seagull, 1602 AM, Harlingen, Netherlands.
Steve’ first loves remain composition and songwriting. In addition to continuing with Witch and Toad, he pursues a solo career and currently is working on an album of new originals titled “Fat Tod and Other True Cleveland Stories.” Steve is also involved in a partnership with fellow Clevelander Charley Brown. Steve and Charley play various venues in the area and continue to create new music together.
Other members include Troy Seymour, Cathy Finegan and Charley Brown
SonicBids Press Kit:
FRANKLIN, KS—Singer-songwriter Steve Mramor has been invited to perform his original song Uncle Johnny, chronicling the 1936 death of his great-uncle, Johnnie Femec, in Franklin’s Mine 24, along with other original and traditional folk music June 21-22, 2013, at the Miners Hall Museum. Mramor’s performance coincides with the Smithsonian’s traveling exhibition “The Way We Worked,” which honors the heritage of Crawford and Cherokee County May 11-June 23. Spanning the years 1857-1987, the exhibit chronicles the effects of American ideals of freedom and equality, industrialization, labor unrest, immigration and working conditions