I want to go through his discography a bit since I think the information out there is a bit incorrect and incomplete, but I am also quite confused about it. Some of this could be incorrect especially the parts where I mention him touring. Those dates could be wrong and I could be forgetting something. Let's start off with Songs for Dustmites. This is his first album that was released in 12 August 2003. You can listen to it on YouTube and that's it. I think Steve should totally put the album on streaming sites because I feel like he could get more fans if he did. The kids who watched Blue's Clues when it originally aired are all adults now and I'm sure some of them would absolutely love this album and are super interested in listening to it, but probably don't want to pay twenty dollars for a used CD. Here's a PDF discussing if this album is appropriate for children or not. This release had two music videos with one being for "Mighty Little Man" (dancing Gabe version) and another for "What I Do On Saturday." He toured for that album in 2003 and in 2004. Here's a show from 27 July 2004 at the Casbah in San Diego, California (although on his website it says he went there on the 26th so I don't know who to believe). In 11 July 2006, a tribute album for They Might Be Giants was released titled Hello Radio: The Songs of They Might Be Giants which consisted of Steve's cover of the song "Dead" which he also made a music video for. As a mega TMBG fan, I really like this cover and think it's better than the original, but my opinion on that doesn't matter here. Later that year, Steve announced a new album called Deep Sea Recovery Efforts (the earliest mention I see of this on his site is from late 2006) that was to be released underneath the band name Steve Burns and the Struggle (or it was stylized as Steve Burns (and the Struggle), I'm a bit confused there). The album was mentioned in interviews years before, though. Burns appeared on a Flaming Lips song called "Time Travel... YES!!" that's on the EP It Overtakes Me which was released in 2006. Apparently, he played some shows in the later half of 2008 and had one show in Texas the next year. In 2009, it was announced that Deep Sea Recovery Efforts was finished and was actually an EP. I assume this was supposed to be released that year, but never was. You can listen to some version of it here. I'm not so sure if Steve ever talked about this EP afterwards and what happened to it. I would really like to know why it was never released. I think it's an amazing EP and I listen to it quite often. I think this is where his "adult" work ends and where his kids work begins.
- Drive full of things. I downloaded a ton of stuff from Steve Burns Rocks! and other places and compiled them all here. There are a lot of concert photos, clips from different shows, and affirmations so check them all out! I compiled them together so it'll be easier to look at and you don't have to use the wayback machine. Also, some of the videos I didn't download from Steve Burns Rocks! are somewhere on YouTube. I update it sometimes.
- Steve Vs TMBG
Things to look at:
- Fan Q&A (2002)
- 75,000,000 Toddlers Can’t Be Wrong (2003)
- The Moth Presents Steve Burns: Fameishness
- Steve Burns Finally Confirms Why He Left ‘Blue’s Clues’ (2016)
- Interview with the Great Big Beautiful Podcast (2017)
- Stevens Universe: Flaming Lips and 'Blue's Clues' collide on a nearly decade-old collaboration (2017)
- Catching Up With: STEVENSTEVEN (2017)
- Interview with Scary Mommy (2019)
- Covers of Steve songs. Covers on SoundCloud: "Troposphere", "A Reason", and "Leviticus"
YouTube accounts with Steve stuff:
A list of fansites:
- Steve Burns Rocks!. Please, look through the entire site if you're really interested in Steve, there's so much stuff archived on there. Literally everything is on here up to around 2010.
- The Steve Scene. This consists of photos and reviews of concerts. You can not look at most of the photos, but there are some on Steve Burns Rocks! and other places.
- Eville's site