For years, Steve Bridgmon fronted, performed and traveled with the Owensboro-based quartet Firm Foundation Quartet.  However, he has recently made the successful transition to solo ministry.  He released a brand new CD The Ride, featuring the hit single “Angels by Another Name.”  Steve is a 1989 graduate of Daviess County High School, a Campbellsville University (vocal music) and Western Kentucky University graduate with his MBA in Marketing and Branding with Social Media enhancement.  Although he has an obvious love for academia, his first love is the platform ministering for Jesus.

No stranger to the stage, He has performed the National Anthem at a Los Angeles Lakers game at the Staples Center and has toured in thirty-five states and three countries. In 2013 and 2015, he joined the California based quartet, Glory Gates Quartet on the international Romanian gospel music tour to six different sold out cities as a soloist. Although his solo career is relatively just a few years old, his 17 years on the road with Firm Foundation Quartet paved the way for Steve to stretch his wings toward the next step in what God wanted for him. In November 2016, Steve headed south to Nashville.
He was quickly introduced to several people in the music industry and became a part of a great family of musicians at ICMA (Inspirational Country Music Association). With a brand new unreleased album in hand called The Ride, produced by Donna King of Vertical Sky Music, Inspirational and Christian Country embraced him as one of their own.
In March 2017, HLE radio based in Jennings, Louisiana picked up Angels   in their spin rotation. The song quickly resonated with listeners and Christian Country fans around the globe. Angels found itself at the top of the charts by May 2017. With his experience and God’s blessing, the sky is the limit in this great stage of Steve’s career. The song has started gaining momentum with listeners everywhere.

Although the venues have grown, as have the audience sizes, he will never forget about the ones who let him come and minister in the beginning. Those churches are the heart of who has helped Steve grow as a minister and as an artist. It’s been a long road from his 3rd grade solo of Away In A Manger, the first time he ever sang in front of a crowd.

His greatest desire for ministry is for people to see him as a sincere and real individual who continually strives to do the will of God ~ never taking for granted the doors God has opened or the responsibility of spreading HIS Word.