4/24/13 - Hollystock confirmed for August 10th. Free all ages show.
1/8/13 - Steve Oakley will be performing a solo acoustic show at Hebe Music
Backstage BBQ 1/19/13 starting at 7pm. 4 Mill st. Mount Holly, New
9/14/12 - Join SOB at Hebe Music & Backstage BBQ 10/6/12 at 8PM.
4 Mill st. Mount Holly, New jersey 08060
All Ages show and BYOB. Admission is $5.
8/10/12 - SOB would like to thank http://gashouseradio.com/ for supporting
local music. Thanks to everyone voting for SOB and keeping
"Kill the Light" at #1 for more than a week.
7/5/12 - Join SOB at Hollystock 2012. A full day of music on four stages.
July 28, 2012 Downtown Mt. Holly. SOB hits the stage at 7:30pm.
6/7/12 - New Show added for June 10th. Golden Nugget Outdoor Festival.
SOB hits the stage 4pm.
433 New Freedom Rd, Berlin, NJ 08009
4/19/12 - Seaside Music Festival show will be 5/19 at 11PM
Venue: Jimbo's, 715 Boardwalk, Seaside Heights, NJ 08751
3/8/12 - Jaxon of Philly's WMMR plays "I'm Not There".
2/27/12 - Three new shows announced.
Milkboy Philly 4/12/12 - http://www.milkboyphilly.com/event/101183/
Seaside Music Fest 5/17/12 - http://seasidemusicfest.com/
Hollystock 7/28/12 - http://www.hollystock-2012.com/
1/23/12 - S.O.B. performs live on the "Real Radio Show" NY.
Thanks to Frankie Dee, Henry K, AJ Pero and Nilka Hendricks for a true New York style interview.
Now the band goes back into the studio to start laying down tracks for the upcoming cd.
11/23/11 - " S.O.B. launches at Philly's Electric Factory"
Together for little more than a year, the Steve Oakley Band is already making noise outside of their native New Jersey — a recent Philadelphia gig saw the foursome welcomed as passionate ‘90s-style alt-rockers who wouldn’t have been out of place in the heyday of Vertical Horizon, Matchbox Twenty and Live. The Garden State quartet’s singles vary, from the Tom Petty-ish honky-tonk of “I’m Not There” to the classic rock ballad “Kill the Light.” But it’s “Better Days” that’s the real gem of the group’s current repertoire; this diamond in the rough could be spit shined just enough to kick off an alt-rock revival. Despite the obvious comparisons, the Steve Oakley Band is no nostalgia act; they’re a band warming up in its infancy, already fun to watch, strangely recognizable, and full of promise.
Kevin Boyce - Music critic
Three new songs by SOB
I'm Not There
Kill the Light