Vale Stephen Edward Foster 30/09/46-25/01/18
It is with great sadness and sorrow that we announce the passing of our much loved international troubadour Steve Foster (Fozzie)
The world is a sadder place without his smile, and especially his laugh, sense of humour, his passion fighting for the rights of others, but above all his carefully crafted songs and melodies, always delivered with his signature style and beautiful voice.
Vale Stephen Edward Foster: A Life in music and a Life well lived!
ALWAYS LOVED. NEVER FORGOTTEN. FOREVER MISSED.
Watch out for the new CD's & DVD releases already recorded before Steve's unexpected death.
A taste of the official video to be released later this year. Forever Blue by Steve Foster at Edinburgh Fringe 2016
Highlights of the whole concert, run time 1 hour. Your front row seat to the last international concert by Steve Foster
“......one of Adelaide's finest singers.”
— Michael Coghlin, Clothesline
AMC SA Music Hall Of Fame
January 26 at 10:12am ·
Steve Foster - You may have been entertained by him in the Catacombs on Hackney, the Cellar blues club or seen Steve open performing with bands like The Twilights, The Loved Ones or The Byrds. Maybe you read articles in Go-Set about INKASE, Resurrection or Black Watch. Did you see him at Myponga 71' as part of Black Fire? You might have a copy of Steve's album, 'Coming Home in a jar'. Steve devoted his life to music and his home, South Australia.
Today we remember Stephen Foster, who was also an Australia Day Ambassador for the Australia Day Council. Steve passed away overnight after his cancer returned earlier this month.
Amongst his many achievements was his song 'Forever Blue' recorded by Little River Band in 1986, which became a huge international hit retrospectively, peaking in several top 10's and remaining in the charts for over 12 weeks in Europe.
The SA Music Hall Of Fame expresses it's deepest condolences to Steve's family, friends and fans.
Vale Steve Foster.