Steve Wynn

Steve Wynn

Musician

Steve Wynn was a founding member of The Dream Syndicate, whose 1982 debut album "The Days of Wine and Roses" is one of the building blocks of the indie rock scene that began in the following years. Since then, he has released 32 studio albums as a solo artist and as a member of Gutterball, The Baseball Project, and the revived Dream Syndicate who reformed in 2012. He has written over 500 songs, some of which have been covered by the likes of R.E.M., the Bangles, Yo La Tengo, Concrete Blonde, and Luna.

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