How to describe Stephen Kellogg’s music? His father loved Jim Croce and Cat Stevens, the Eagles and the Band. His sister loved rock stars with big hair, like Bon Jovi and Mötley Crüe. And Stephen loved it all – intimate truth-telling and outlandish posing. His music is a mixture of both, an American amalgam of rock and roll, country, and folk. He’s recorded seven albums as leader of Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers, and now, with the band on hiatus, he’s releasing a solo album, Blunderstone Rookery, named for the boyhood home of his favorite character in his favorite book, David Copperfield. Stephen is 36 years old, he lives in southern Connecticut with his wife and four daughters, and he never expected to make a career out of singing and writing songs. Here he is, though, with a new album that began, he says, “with the exciting notion, what if I say exactly what I want to say?” Tonight, you can hear the musical answer – intimate, entertaining, and well worth your time.