Chelsea Constable: Pt. 1 the new album available in Japan




Steve said: "Chelsea and her Dad invited me, Van Romaine, and Dave LaRue to join her for a song of mine at a guitar extravaganza (Van couldn't be there so Paul Simmons came along). She had been selected because of her ability to play so well at a young age. The amazing part of this was that it was a Gibson sponsored event (Les Paul birthday bash I think?), and Dave and I don't play Gibsons! So, Chelsea and her Dad went to great lengths to get permission to do it. We all did play "Stressfest" together, and she did a fantastic job. This album has a very fun tune that I sat in on, in the full-on bluegrass style."

Chelsea herself commented: "Steve Morse is the reason I play guitar and how I play. If you talk of versatility, you are talking about Steve Morse. Stylistically, Steve is the man...he is the guy who can set in with anyone and always sound amazing! Not to mention, one of the nicest people you will ever meet. To have him involved in my project was a dream come true! My song Greasy Creek Breakdown was actually a tribute to Steve. Thanks so much, Steve!" Part 1 is released on December 13, 2017, and will be available from CD Baby, Amazon MP3, Google Play, and iTunes.



  1. Greasy Creek Breakdown (feat. Steve Morse) 4:01
  2. Taylor Made (feat. Doyle Dykes, Andy Powers & Tim Godwin) 3:37
  3. She's Gone (Radio Edit) [feat. Paul Gilbert] 4:52
  4. She's Gone (Extended Version) [feat. Paul Gilbert] 8:40
  5. Workin' Man Blues (feat. Trey Hensley & Grace Constable) 3:29

Steve said: "Chelsea and her Dad invited me, Van Romaine, and Dave LaRue to join her for a song of mine at a guitar extravaganza (Van couldn't be there so Paul Simmons came along). She had been selected because of her ability to play so well at a young age. The amazing part of this was that it was a Gibson sponsored event (Les Paul birthday bash I think?), and Dave and I don't play Gibsons! So, Chelsea and her Dad went to great lengths to get permission to do it. We all did play "Stressfest" together, and she did a fantastic job. This album has a very fun tune that I sat in on, in the full-on bluegrass style."

Chelsea herself commented: "Steve Morse is the reason I play guitar and how I play. If you talk of versatility, you are talking about Steve Morse. Stylistically, Steve is the man...he is the guy who can set in with anyone and always sound amazing! Not to mention, one of the nicest people you will ever meet. To have him involved in my project was a dream come true! My song Greasy Creek Breakdown was actually a tribute to Steve. Thanks so much, Steve!" Part 1 is released on December 13, 2017, and will be available from CD Baby, Amazon MP3, Google Play, and iTunes.

Stressfest performed by Steve Morse and 13 year old Chelsea Constable (2003)