Discover New Music is a music discovery service that gives you personalised recommendations based on the music you play.

Start your profile Close window

Steven Paul Perry


SPP w DBlnd(41)

Listen to, buy or share


  • 87
  • 29
Not many people have scrobbled Steven Paul Perry recently.
Learn more about scrobbling



Steven grew up in Concord MA, At 10, he got his 1st electric guitar, played Beatles songs to his 5th grade class.By 12, he was the lead singer, rhythm guitar player in a band of teenagers.Doing songs by Cream, and Jimi Hendrix
All through High School his successful hometown rock band called “Wilderness” won the Battle of the Bands
A year after high school, studied at Berklee College of Music for the 12 week summer semester.
Then in the middle of the fall semester, left Berklee college of Music to join his favorite local band at the time,Orchestra Luna.

At age 21, he politely said no to MEATLOAF’S offer to tour, out of artistic devotion
to ORCHESTRA LUNA-the project that Rick Berlin & Steven Perry turned into a Rock’n’roll theater phenomenon in Boston and and NYC.
Orchestra Luna used to play CBGB’s with THE TALKING HEADS,
That band became LUNA, then BERLIN AIRLIFT. After the Handshake Records release of the Berlin Airlift debut, the company soon folded, leaving the band free to create their 6 song EP on their own indie label- LoTech Records.
On it is a song called “Hunger Strikes” with one of Steven Paul Perry’s signature guitar solos.
One that Charles Laquidara on WBCN liked so much after playing the song, that rumor has it he played just the solo again. Is this another urban myth?

A few years later, Perry began writing during the last band he had with Rick- RICK BERLIN-THE MOVIE.
Why Can’t I Change was a song of his that the band performed

Top Albums

Listening Trend

29listeners all time
87scrobbles all time
Recent listeners trend:

Start scrobbling and track your listening history users scrobble the music they play in iTunes, Spotify, Rdio and over 200 other music players.

Create a profile


Leave a comment. Log in to or sign up.