Appearances can be deceiving. Stephen Currence does not look anything like a vagabond musician. His guy-next-door good looks with the disarming dimples conceal one of the area’s best vocal talents.
Years ago Currence played at Open Mic Night at Eduardo’s Station, which was home base for many local musicians in its heydey. He’s come a long way since his first paid gig at Tom & Jerry’s bar in Winter Park in 2001. Currence began playing gigs in downtown Mount Dora in 2008 at a laundromat-turned-restaurant, Chew Chew Express, that sat next to the train tracks. Read more
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