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Steve Bell

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  • Years Active: 1990s


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Canadian-born Christian folkie Steve Bell got his start in a family gospel band which toured behind his father, a Baptist minister who served as a prison chaplain in federal penitentiaries. After high school, he toured clubs in a series of little-known bands before joining the acclaimed Elias, Schritt & Bell; life on the road eventually triggered a crisis of faith, however, and in 1988 Bell was born again, retiring from performing to become a stay-at-home father. The move afforded him the opportunity to concentrate on his songwriting with a new determination, and at the urging of his mentor, Father Bob MacDougall, Bell recorded his first CCM release, Comfort My People, for the Signpost label. The album's success encouraged him to return to music full-time, and subsequent efforts including Deep Calls to Deep, Burning Ember, and The Feast further established Bell's growing fan base. His first release on the Peg Music label, Romantics & Mystics, earned a Best Gospel Album Juno award in 1997; Feast of Seasons followed two years later.


Steve Bell may refer to:

Steve Bell, co-creator of Tough Love.Steve Bell (anchorman) (born 1935), first anchor of the ABC News program World News This Morning, previously reporter for WOWT-TVSteve Bell (cartoonist) (born 1951), English cartoonistSteven Bell (footballer) (born 1985), Scottish footballerSteve Bell (musician) (born 1960), Canadian musicianSteve Bell (soccer) (born 1975), retired American soccer midfielder