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“Sometimes it’s with a tinge of humor and most of the times it’s with love--but whatever emotion or feeling John Stevens Jr. expresses with his music, it is always done with passion!” 

Annie James, WKOA Lafayette IN

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Videos

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John has a knack for writing theme-based songs, as well as weaving humor into his music. His cleverly written song, She Loves Peyton Manning More Than Me, received national attention in 2014—and the accompanying YouTube video went viral. Due to the notoriety of this song, and a couple subsequent sports-themed songs, Bleeding Colts Blueand Deflated Balls, John has been seen on CNN, Fox 59 and Channel 13 in Indianapolis. His songs and associated videos were also broadcast on radio and TV stations across the United States. Stories about his videos have been featured in dozens of news websites and blogs across the country. The nationally syndicated Bob & Tom Show and the Smiley In The Morning Show invited him as a guest. His latest writing endeavors have focused a very human and patriotic lens on this county’s political season and debate over demonstration of patriotism. 

Some songs stick in your mind because the lyrics have touched your heart. Those songs really resonate if the music brings back fond memories. "Since the Circus Left Town" is one of those songs. The brand-new song was written by John Stevens, Jr. and Timothy Wright of Indiana's own The Wright Brothers Band when the Ringling Bros.

The Artist

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John Stevens Jr., a full-time performing songwriter based out of Crawfordsville, Indiana, has been writing songs and performing for more than 30 years. His lyrics come from a place we can all identify with. And, whether it’s one of life’s inevitable disappointments, the intoxicating excitement of being in love—or the humor found in reflecting on your crazy ex—John has probably written a song about one of your life experiences!


Performance Schedule

Showing passion and dedication to his craft, John is generally busy writing songs (alone and with others). He also continues to entertain audiences throughout Central Indiana--performing 150+ shows a year. His uncanny ability to connect and interact with his audience makes each show experience unique--and always leaves the audience wanting more.