Songs of the Seventies:
Stephen returns to his roots as a singer/guitarist to bring you the greatest hits of the 1970s.
‘Songs of the Seventies’ features the most-requested songs from Stephen’s new shows ‘70s Unplugged’ and ‘Songs of the Seventies’ including Sister Golden Hair, Country Roads, American Pie, Vincent, Hallelujah and You Raise Me Up.
As an added highlight, Songs of the Seventies features Stephen’s daughter Darcy who joins him for some beautiful duets.
- Sister Golden Hair
- Country Roads
- Streets of London (with Darcy Fisher-King)
- Father and Son
- American Pie
- Jolene (Darcy Fisher-King)
- Heart of Gold
- Cats in the Cradle (with Darcy Fisher-King)
- Annie’s Song
- Guitar Man
- Your Song
- Piano Man
- Hallelujah (with Darcy Fisher-King)
- You Raise Me Up
Stephen has always loved classical songs, so it was no surprise that he created his latest hit show ‘Hot Opera’ to include the music he loves the most.
After a foray into musical theatre, Hot Opera has rekindled his passion, ignited while he studied for his Bachelor of Music degree at the Canberra School of Music.
If fact, Stephen won his first role in a major theatrical production by singing the ‘Largo al Factotum’ from the Barber of Seville!
This is the music you’ll hear on ‘Inspiration’.
This album also features ‘She Believes in Me’ and ‘Bridge Over Troubled Waters’ which he performed while supporting Peter Allen on his final Australian tour.
Stephen is especially proud that all the arrangements on this CD were put together by Danny Elliott and himself, to best showcase these insirational songs and Stephen’s incredible voice.
He really hopes you enjoy his ‘Inspiration’.
There’s a lot of heart in Stephen’s ‘Vocal Treasures’.
The arrangements are a collaboration between Stephen and classical guitarist Peter Toohey, who worked together to come up with this timeless collection of songs.
Featuring acoustic guitars, violin, cello, oboe, classical piano, flute, piccolo, harp, electric guitar, drums, keyboards, saxophone, flute, double bass, piano accordion, electric bass, timpani/cymbals and glock/arc bass, every song is designed to highlight Stephen’s exceptional voice and his feel for the music. Recorded at Soundlab Studios under the guidance of Roy Cooper, ‘Vocal Treasures’ is the perfect CD to play absolutely everywhere.
Vocal Treasures is also available on iTunes
- All The Things You Are (‘Warm for May’)
- Am I Blue? (‘On With the Show’)
- Unchained Melody
- Please Don’t Ask Me
- Music of the Night (‘The Phantom of the Opera’)
- Some Enchanted Evening (‘South Pacific’)
- Bring Him Home (‘Les Miserables’)
- Santa Lucia/O Sole Mio
- Nessun Dorma (‘Turandot’)
- My Way
Where Do I Begin?
Stephen’s first CD, ‘Where Do I Begin?’ boasts a full eight-piece showband (piano, bass, drums, guitar, trumpet, saxophone, trombone, string synth) playing the big-band swing tunes and the musical theatre numbers that Stephen loves to sing.
‘Where Do I Begin’ is a collection of high-energy classics, recorded at Sydney’s Shandar Media Studios by Paul Baker and arranged by Sydney’s leading orchestrators.
- Where Do I Begin?(Love Story)
- That Old Black Magic
- This is the Moment
- Brother Can You Spare a Dime?
- Astaire Melody (Top Hat, White Tie and
Tails; Cheek to Cheek; Something’s Gotta Give)
- Night and Day
- They Call the Wind Mariah
- Anyone Can Whistle
- On This Night of A Thousand
- The Rhythm of Life
Reflections is also available on iTunes.
Reflections is a collection of traditional hymns, brought to life by Stephen’s rich and classically-trained voice.
Recorded in conjunction with Bible League International, Reflections is food for the soul.
- Joyful Joyful
- How Great Thou Art
- Great is Thy Faithfulness
- Be Still My Soul (instrumental)
- Be Thou My Vision
- Amazing Grace
- Jesus Loves Me
- The Lord’s My Shepherd
- Holy, Holy, Holy
- Old Rugged Cross
- Were You There?
70s Unplugged. Stephen Fisher-King. Chris Connolly. Jo Elms
Stephen Fisher-King – Songs of the Seventies
STEPHEN FISHER-KING 70’s Unplugged. Vincent
Stephen Fisher-King in Concert
Stephen Fisher-King at Carols in the Domain
Classique (Stephen Fisher-King with Strings)