Steve Lau was born in Hong Kong on May 9th 1951, moved to Vietnam at an early age, where his interest in country music began while listening to armed forces radio.
He then moved to the U.S.A. to escape the escalating Vietnam War. At age 16, he began his professional musical career by playing in various country music clubs through out the United States and Canada.
He has performed with such notables as Ferlin Husky, Tex Williams, Peggy Little, Johnny Rodriguez, Ray Pillow. In 1971, Steve moved to Canada and recorded his first single Coming Back Your Way and has performed on numerous television and radio shows including the Ian Tyson Show in Toronto.
In 1990, Steve was the second Canadian guest that appeared on the TO BE A STAR show on the Nashville Network and made it to the finals.
Steve has since released an album titled Someone New. Some of his songs have been used in Samurai Cowboy, a movie featuring Robert Conrad & Ian Tyson.
Steve is an accomplished guitar player and singer who specializes in traditional country music as well as popular rock oldies from the 50s & 60s. He loves bringing memories to his audiences and has performed at the Cloverdale Rodeo, the Coombs Festival, the Mill Bay Festival, The Okanagan Country Music Jamboree, the Chilliwack Harvest Festival and the Chilliwack Festival at Heritage Park. Where ever Steve performs, he attracts the true country fans as well as the golden oldies fans.
Once you've listened to Steve Lau, the Hong Kong Cowboy, there will be no doubt in your mind that he truly enjoys his music and his audiences.