Stephen Carse (born May 22, 1965), known professionally as Steph Carse is a Canadian singer.
Originally from Montreal, Quebec, Carse began his career in the 1990s. His first major television appearance was on TF1 in France on the show "Sacrée Soirée" with an audience of 17 million viewers. He sang an original French song called "Je voudrais lui dire", and was presented as "The Number One of Tomorrow". The song was released as a single on Sony France. His earliest hits were French translations of country hits such as "Achy Breaky Heart" and "Boot Scootin' Boogie". His breakthrough album, 1993's Stef Carse, also included songs by Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison, while his followup, 1994's Un Dernier slow, concentrated much more strongly on his own original songwriting