A part of the early Sonoma County folk renaissance in the 1970's and 80's, Steve Kahn sang and traveled with Kate Wolf, Hugh Shacklett, Don Coffin and many others. Steve carries on the "Sonoma tradition," giving a sense of place to songs of love, humor, and compassion for others. Steve’s songs reflect the lives, the solitary struggles, and the improbable triumphs of the people he has met in his work and his travels through the Western United States. This is Steve's second album.
Steve was active in organizing against the House Un-American Activities Committee. He also helped organize the San Francisco civil rights sit-ins and was arrested on numerous occasions. Later, he was involved in organizing resistance against the War in Vietnam. He remains committed to peace, equality, and environmental and social justice.
Steve currently lives in Northern California. He spends summers in Montana and performs locally.