Indiana Songwriter And BMX Owner Finds Success

August 22, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Entertainment News
Indiana Country Songwriter Steve Wallace, 36, has been writing country music for over 25 years all while battling a rare nerve disorder called 'Dystonia' which affects his muscles and speech.

His influnces have been Garth Brooks, Randy Travis,George Strait and Chely Wright. Wallace has written over 200 songs and won numerous songwriting awards including 4 grammy's and 2 European Country Music Awards for Song Of The Year and Songwriter Of The Year. Wallace's song "Did I Open My Eyes" was recorded as a Demo by Garth Brooks on December 27,2006 with a possiable future release.

Steve said the highlight of his career so far has been helping other people and organizations through his music,including the American Cancer Society, and Leukemia and Lymphona Society.

Steve was Inducted into the Traditional Country Music Hall Of Fame July 15,2006 for all of his accomplishments in country music and was recently included as a member of the Country Legends Association April 11,2007. You can also hear Steve's music at

Besides music Steve used to race BMX motocross in the early 80's and own's his own BMX Team which has won many titles since he started the team in 2003. Wallace BMX Team has won numerous BMX titles including State Titles, Reginal Titles and National and World Titles. Steve recently recieved the BMX Ambassador Award Aug. 11,2007.

The BMX Ambassador Award is given to a racer,owner or others whose love of the sport of BMX is so great that they want to spread the joy of BMX Racing to anyone who is interested. A BMX ambassador is also someone who is looked up to and admired for his or her racing knowledge and insight.