05.12.2016 New website!
Welcome to my new website! I’m delighted that after too long, I can finally share it with you.
As I’m sure you’ll concur, the designer, Electric Kiwi did a fantastic job and was a pleasure to work with. Big thanks to Ross!
Another European tour is in the works for this year as is another US stint, in March 2017-more details soon.
I’ll be in Northern Ireland during the summer filming part of a documentary that’s been in the pipeline for some time. Delighted to be green lighting that one too.
New material? Yes, an album’s worth written and the recording process will start this year. More on that and a European release/tour of Nuclear Family soon.
You can also check out my latest music video clip for Deep Blue Sea:
Oh and I’m a dad now!
Our daughter Lumi Maeve decided to join us on February first of this year.
Lumi is Finnish for ‘snow’ and ‘Hanvey’ in Irish means “descendant of the stormy one”, so, together with our wee snow storm, both parents are finding their feet.
Now, have a look around and see where the journey has taken me in recent months and years.
10.24.2014 Back to Boston College and Le Moyne | US Wintery Tour
I am happy to announce that I will be back performing at Boston College in February 2015. The date is currently being finalised, so watch this space.
I will also be back performing at Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY on February 6th. Very much looking forward to these dates.
More news soon.
07.30.2014 Babysue Review (Top Picks)
The groovy people over at Babysue think Steafán’s “one incredibly smart and talented fellow”. We beg to differ, but who are we to argue with Babysue? They also had other really nice things to say of Steafán’s sophomore album, Nuclear Family:
“Steafán has the skills and the voice to go all the way if he chooses to.”
“The album is slick, smart, inventive, genuine, and pure.”
“Ten killer tracks..Highly recommended.”
Thank you Babysue!
07.30.2013 No Depression Interview
The good folk at No Depression Music blog, the authority on roots and Americana, have published their interview with me about my new album “Nuclear Family” and growing up in Northern Ireland during The Troubles.