Stevie Brock is not your typical up-and-comer. With an extensive recording and touring resume under his belt by the age of 14 that reads even more impressive now, he is a rare hybrid of fresh face and seasoned veteran, without the greenness and staleness that can sometimes be packaged with each, respectively.


Brock was born in small town Centerville, OH. He spent much of his childhood bouncing on the knee of his grandfather, Bluegrass Hall of Fame guitar player and singer Carlos Brock, singing songs -- improvised and otherwise -- about life, love, and heartbreak. Carlos was widely regarded as being one of the most underappreciated entertainers in the genre's rich history. This trait is one of many that carried over to his grandson. As a youngster, Stevie Brock could see a stage in any platform, never shying away from performing for anyone who would listen. At the age of 10, Stevie was invited to a wrap party for a photoshoot with popular music groups B2K and PYT. Being the flirt he was growing up, Stevie told the girls of PYT upon meeting them that, "Hey, I sing too!" They laughed and asked him to sing for them, and he happily obliged. He sang a clip of "This I Promise You" by *NSYNC, winning them over instantly. Soon after, management and industry executives in attendance were listening, and then they were planning. Brock was then introduced to Johnny Wright and was signed to his independent record label WIRE Records. What ensued in the following 4+ years would include the release of Brock's self-titled debut album, collaborative efforts with Disney and Radio Disney, multiple headlining tours with Radio Disney (featuring Jesse McCartney and others), tours with Aaron Carter, JUMP5, Play, and others, hosting episodes of SlimeTime Live and U-Pick Live, many appearances on national television, winning awards such as PopStar! Magazine's "Male Pop Artist of the Year", and hundreds of live performances. After stints with Timbaland and Interscope's Mosley Music Group and David Banner's b.i.G.f.a.c.e. Entertainment, and an extensive relationship with William Morris Endeavor, Stevie found himself as a free agent and a new Los Angeles transplant. He has since paved his way through the industry by working with renowned producers (1500 or Nothing, Raphael Saadiq, Mars, The Outsyders, Eric Zayne, and more), performing at legendary venues (The Greek Theatre, The Sayers Club [Hollywood & Las Vegas], The Peppermint Club, The Roxy, The Viper Room, Faneuil Hall [Boston], BankLife Fieldhouse [Indianapolis], multiple House Of Blues locations, American Airlines Arena [Miami], Disney World, Tweeter Center [Chicago], Cowboy Stadium [Dallas], The Joint [Las Vegas] and many more), and appearing on television shows such as The Ellen Show (twice) and as the lead singer of the F.O.S Band on CW’s Oh Sit! He has performed alongside special guests Prince, Stevie Wonder, The Black Keys, Pharrell, Tony Bennett, Wanya Morris, Steven Tyler, Justin Bieber, Tony Royster Jr., LP, Sheila E, Dallas Austin, Diddy, Andrew Watt, Idina Menzel, Jennifer Hudson, Janelle Monáe, Pentatonix, and more. He has become an integral part of the Sayers SeSSionS program, even hosting the promotions in Hollywood and Las Vegas. He is currently working on original material and plans to release an EP this year.