Steve Worrall was Born in Toronto, Canada,. At the age of fifteen he got his first experience performing and singing John Denver songs at the local Church, and performing High School musicals and drama’s. His first professional experience came at sixteen, singing back up vocals on his brother Rick Worrall, “Night Madness” Album for Attic Records. He soon joined Ricks band Night Madness in 1979 and toured till 1981.
In 1981 and 82 Steve returned to Toronto and studied voice and guitar at Royal Conservatory. In 1984 he again teamed up with brother Rick, this time as a duo; becoming one of the most successful house entertainers in Alberta. In 1989 with brother Rick, recorded at Kiva Studios Memphis the WORRALL album produced by Jim Gaines for Spy/A&M this led to successful concert tours until 1992, promoting the WORRALL album.
In 1993 Steve started his own band playing local gigs and recording in Toronto. His Guitar playing and singing landed him a spot on Tom Cochran’s “Ragged Ass Road” World Tour from 95-96. He spent the next 8 years playing, singing and touring with EMI recording artists, including, Kim Stockwood, Amy Sky, Wendy Lands. In 2001 and after many years on the road turned to teaching, utilizing his experience and passion for music; a natural step in his musical endeavours. This led him to Found 4The Music in 2005, a music school dedicated to helping anyone learn how to play, sing and record.
In 2014 Steve was commissioned by the Tyler McGill Foundation to be the music teacher for the Tyler McGill My First Guitar Program. A free music program dedicated to help the vulnerable youth in Scarborough and in 2016 he was awarded the T.D. Canada Trust Music Counts Grant to help develop and expand the program.
Stephen continues recording, producing and teaching. And still a passionate player.