Who is stovepipe?
Justin “Stovepipe” Stover has been writing and performing songs since 2003. With five albums under his belt, he continues to provoke and entertain with his mix of rock, folk, punk, and more. He recently released the first album of his three part 80s concept project “Love in the Time of Satanic Panic.” You can watch videos of him perform, hear his music, or see him live. He’ll even write personalized songs for you. He proudly plays various Farmer Foot Drums as a one man band and also occasionally plays with a full band. Along with his music, he is the host of the Blue Collar Songwriting podcast. So thanks for visiting and check out the many songs and projects from this one-of-a-kind singer-songwriter.
Read what critics are saying about his latest album, ‘Love in the Time of Satanic Panic”
“Madness and originality and genuine joy, all in one package.” – Dust of Daylight
“a subtle nostalgic feeling sets in, leaving the listener aching for more.” – Local Spings
“Love in the Time of Satanic Panic …I gotta say it’s good…I mean REALLY good! Set in the 80s and drawing inspiration from John Hughes films and Satanic Panic films of that era, his music combines classic rock with soulful singer/songwriter and blue collar style.” -Please Like This Podcast
Read what they are saying about Stovepipe!
“a voice somewhere between Bob Dylan and Spoon’s Britt Daniel.” – Northern Express
“lyrics that deftly and insightfully delve into nostalgia, lost love and what might have been” – Grand Rapids Press
“Stover’s lyrics make a fine art of turning the ordinary experiences of everyday life into something quasi-transcendental.” -Analog Mutant
“Very rarely can I say that every singer/songwriter out there can be palatable and even enjoyable without a band behind him to fill in holes, but Justin is one of those guys who, stand-alone, will sweep you off your feet with adorability, sincerity, and talent.”- T Shirt Size Awesome
Stovepipe would love to perform for you. He plays a number of different venues, from bars to ballrooms, fairs to festivals, and halls to house shows. Just send him a message via the “contact” tab to get the ball rolling.