Stevie Brock is one of the freshest young stars to come out of Wright International Records and Entertainment (WIRE Records), the hottest record label in Orlando. Growing up on the outskirts of Dayton, Ohio, 12-year-old Stevie has had a gift for music all his life. At the age of two he began singing and took up songwriting when he was just eight-years-old.
Songwriting has played a large role in Stevie's life. He writes lyrics and creates music that he sings fervently. "These rhymes would pop into my head and I'd write them down in my journal," says Stevie. "Then after a while, music beats would form in my head and they would match up with the lyrics to the songs, and that's how I would put my songs together."
Stevie can be heard on fellow WIRE Records artist Triple Image's album Celebrate singing a portion of the charming song "Boy Next Door." He also made an appearance in Triple Image's first music video. Stevie takes vocal lessons, acting classes, and choreography lessons regularly and has been deemed a "natural" by all who have seen him perform.
Stevie's first single, "All For Love," is a remake of Color Me Badd's hit song and was produced by former Color Me Badd member Mark Calderon and his partner Todd Nystrom. This song is currently hitting airwaves nationwide on Radio Disney.
Stevie is presently recording his first album for WIRE Records with the likes of producers Gary Carolla (*NSYNC, Aaron Carter, Triple Image), Lenny Mollings, and the Calderon/Nystrom team. With this album, he is poised to burst onto the "teen pop" scene.
With all this bottled-up talent, it is obvious that Stevie has the potential to make a name for himself in the music business. Whether it is with singing or songwriting, Stevie is determined to show the world what he's made of.