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God Love And Death, is four part record series recorded live over a two-day span. The series doesn’t hinge on just one song, but instead uses every song across the board to captivate the listener by taking them on a journey. One that intermingles our every day realities of doubt, grief, sorrow and comfort. Dunn’s purpose for this project is to bring attention to the fleeting lives we lead and our inability to rationalize different aspects of emotions throughout various stages of life.Stream the full albums here - https://open.spotify.com/artist/1ouLSpIpbJnACEjfN...

“…one minute he’s soft-spoken and haunting, the next a folk-rock journeyman. Extremely reminiscent of the 1960’s era songwriters.” - Rosie Chavez - Subba Cultcha

"On Steven Dunn’s aptly named “Love” he creates an entire universe, one that feels so inviting and full of compassion." - Beach Sloth

"You can be assured there is a warm, relaxed melody running through the songs and a hook or two to chew on." - Jade Rose - The Network 317

"One minute he’s so soft-spoken and haunting, we’re hanging on each word like he’s a poet, and then, as on “Alone,” the underlying simmer explodes into percussive rock intensity that drives a more intense narrative." - Jonathan Widran - The JW Vibe

"Everyone has a story to tell, artist [Steven] Dunn catalogs his with honest emotions, roots rock riffs, Americana flavor, folkie fusion and a touch of Delta Blues." - Troy Michael - Innocent Words

"The authentic vocal commitment and scope of the stories he tells brings the listener out of the mundane and into a new world full of thought and possibility." - RJ Frometa - Vents Magazine

"Presumably, Dunn’s aim is to emulate the highs and lows of everyday life through the bipolar dynamics of his music – one minute, the guitars and vocals soar, the next they crash down to earth. In that sense, the track, [Lament] and the record as a whole, are a splendid triumph." - Scott Bampton - Rock and Blues Muse

"A beautiful EP... Til Rocks Cry Out is perhaps our favorite" - Bas - Gobsmag