Press & Testimonies
(Chestertown Jazz Festival 2003)
“….The Joe Byrd Trio was one of the groups featured. Joe is Charlie Byrd’s brother and recorded over 50 albums with his brother. Another artist, Steven Bundick was pretty awesome on the sax with his band – Steven B. & Friends”! [Captain Jon & Ruby (9/03)]
“I would like to thank you for your assistance with our reception for the 19th Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards on12/18/03. Your attention to detail and commitment to excellence are qualities we look for in partners”! [Gov. of the District of Columbia – D.C. Commission on the Arts & Humanities (12/03)]
(Performing with actor/musician Malcom Jamal-Warner)
“…..Jazz Saxophonist Steven Bundick and his band put it DOWN for all of us poets who got up to spit! The turnout was cool and the crowd was on fire”!
[Malcom Jamal-Warner (Actor – from the Bill Cosby Show and Musician – Miles Long) (11/06)]
“Many thanks for performing at our wedding ceremony at Mt. Jezreel. Everyone is still raving about “that saxophonist”! [Reggie & Sheila Johnson]
“Steve, what can I say, last night was fantastic! That was my first time at Blues Alley and it was great. I enjoyed the whole evening. You and that band were great. Hope to see your name up in lights again real soon”! [L. Womack (1/10)]
“Oh my God, what an evening.......YOU PACKED THE ALLEY!!!!!!!!
I am still high from your jam session last night. Watching you on stage, it’s not
just a gig, you really love what you do! Your band was awesome!!!!! I have never seen you get off like that. I wish I could have stayed for the next set. GREAT SHOW”!!!!!!!
[C. Williams - Various publishers]
"Steven B. is a fantastic saxophonist and his band was superb!"
Opening act for national recording artist Jeffrey Osborne 9/09)
"Osborne was not the only act to perform on this first night. Local jazz saxophonist and vocalist Steven B. also performed with his band. Steven B. is a fantastic saxophonist and his band was superb! Many people in the audience were willing to wait a little longer to see Jeffrey"! [The Washington Informer (9/09)]