Steve Flowers


Fluteuristic Experience

Steve Flowers, composer, recording artist and music educator has performed as a flutist in the classical and jazz fields for over thirty years. Steve currently has a Master’s Degree in Flute performance. Steve has performed at corporate affairs, Jazz festivals throughout the Chicago and Northwest Indiana area. He has performed the National Anthem at several National Basketball Association (NBA) games. He has been the opening act for major artist throughout the Midwest.

Playing the flute, piccolo, bass, and G flute show’s Steve’s intensive training and education as a musician.


Afro-American Steve Flowers has been active as a  composer, flutist and music teacher for more than 30 years, both in classical and in jazz. He holds a Master in flute, and has already performed at several festivals in Chicago and Northwest Indiana. He was also on stage with Alex Bugnon, Bobby “Blue” Bland, Koko Taylor, After 7, Take 6, Regina Bell, BB King, Bernie Mack, Vicki Winans and the late Phyllis Hyman. His debut ‘Playtime’ was well received at the time, and now there is a successor. On it are 9 original contemporary and Latin jazz tracks. Steve plays different flutes, such as piccolo, bass and G flute. The tracks sometimes sound slightly funky like ‘Jesse’s Place’ and ‘It Is What It Is’, sometimes Latin like ‘My Friend’ and ‘The Flutist’, sometimes improvised like ‘Oh What a Life’, sometimes as a light bossa nova on the title track, and sometimes smooth like ‘No Tomorrow’. A must for those who love flutists such as Hubert Laws, Herbie Mann, etc.

Patrick Van de Wiele (4)
This sophomore album by flutist Steve Flowers is recommended to those who love flutists like Hubert Laws, Herbie Mann, etc.