Steve Harley

Steve Harley was born as Steven Nice, on 27 February 1951 in South London, growing up in New Cross and attended the school Haberdashers' Aske's Hatcham College. His musical career began in the late 1960s when he was busking (with John Crocker) and performing his own songs, some of which were later recorded by him and the band. The original Cockney Rebel was formed when Steve hooked up with his former folk partner, John Crocker (fiddle / mandolin / guitar) in 1972. Read more on
Poetic Justice
That's My Life In Your Hands
What Becomes Of The Broken-Hearted?
Two Damn'd Lies
Strange Communications
All In A Life's Work
Love Minus Zero-No Limit
The Last Time I Saw You
Crazy Love
The Candidate
Audience With the Man
Freedom's Prisoner
Love on the Rocks
Who's Afraid?
One More Time
How Good It Feels
From here to Eternity
Young Hearts (The Candidate)
I Can't Even Touch You
Psychomodo (live 79)
Yes You Can
Victim of Love
Rain in Venice
Star for a Week ('Dino')
Fire in the Night
The Alibi
New Fashioned Way
The Lighthouse
Dancing on the Telephone
Hobo With A Grin
Roll the Dice
America the Brave
Living in a Rhapsody
I Wish It Would Rain
Riding the Waves (For Virginia Woolf)
Someone's Coming
Hot Youth
(I Don't Believe) God Is an Anachist
Faith, Hope and Charity