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Jim Steager has been a private guitar and music instructor for more than 30 years. He currently teaches private lessons in students’ homes - throughout Lehigh, Northampton, Bucks, Berks, and Montgomery counties of eastern Pennsylvania.

Jim conducts home school & private school programs, and is available for assemblies on different music styles, tailoring the presentation for your school's age group and interests.

All lesson inquiries welcome. Contact: or call 610-533-7393; will refer teachers upon request if not able to schedule personally.

A gifted multi-instumentalist and vocalist, Jim is a seasoned professional, with over 35 years of diverse experience.

He creates music on acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass, hammered dulcimer, lap steel, and world percussion.

In the past few years, five fine restaurants (including Hotel Bethlehem) have booked Jim Steager for ongoing weekly engagements for months at a time, providing a smooth-jazz ambient background for their dining guests. Every Wednesday he can be heard at the Tap & Table in Emmaus.

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Jim also performs concert shows, festival performances, and school assembly programs.

Jim's recordings include the guitar instrumental album, "Safe Journeys", hailed as a "...mellow, relaxing treat..." (music review); and the highly acclaimed "Mine To Keep", a collection of Steager's songwriting skills spanning 30 years and including live concert and studio cuts with friends Steve Kimock, John Morgan Kimock, Pete Caragher, Peter Fritz, Jeff Beck, Wade Leanord, Dan McKinney, and others.

More projects are in the works, soon to be released. The much anticipated "What Would It Take?" is due out this spring.

As an active Christian and founder of the worship band "Jasper Springs", Jim participates solo or with praise bands in worship settings every chance he can, leading and speaking at churches and groups upon invitation. Currently leading the "God Quest" service at Souderton Mennonite Church every 4th Thursday of the month (since June 2009),

Jim has also spoken and led worship respectfully for several different Christian dnominations including UCC, Presbyterian, Lutheran, Roman Catholic, Baptist, and Bible-reading Christian Fellowships. Emphasizing that although man's rules & laws differ through cultural traditions and national diversities, we are all subjects of One God & Creator, and His love and grace for us. He says, "I'm far from perfect, but trying my best. Let God & Jesus Christ be the judge!   In the meantime, I praise and thank Him for every opportunity to serve through music."

Photo credit: Trevor Lanning
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