Steve Burns launched The Burnsville Blues Band in San Diego, California in 2006. He built a loyal following and played extensively throughout Southern California while holding a residency at the House of Blues from 2008 to 2012. The band released its debut album, "Give Me A Job", in 2010 to ecstatic reviews and a nomination for "Best Blues Album" by the San Diego Music Awards.
Burns relocated to Colorado in 2014 and rebuilt the band quickly establishing a new audience. For seven years, Burnsville Blues was featured at local venues and festivals in the Vail Valley including three years at Beaver Creek Blues and Brews music festival sharing the bill with Larkin Poe, Los Lobos, Davey Knowles, Shemika Copeland, Samantha Fish, Marc Broussard and other incredible musicians.
In 2022, Burns relocated to Southwest Colorado with his wife and is remaking his act. He's focusing on slide guitar in the genre of acoustic blues. As an artist, Burns is influenced by icons like Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Clapton, BB King, Alvin Lee, and Billy Gibbons, but uses his finely-honed creative instincts to create his unique style at all times.