Steven Maglio's career began in 2002, at the age of 43, as male vocalist for Joe Battaglia’s
New York Big Band, playing at "Tavern On The Green" and "The Rainbow Room."
Steven is NOT an impersonator, but he's so reminiscent of Frank Sinatra in voice and style,
that audience members consider Steven to be the world's premier Frank Sinatra tributeer.
Even Vic Damone said in amazement, "I thought they were playing Sinatra's records."
Steven has been hailed by Donald Trump, Steve Tyrell, Tony Danza, Jackie Mason, Rhea Perlman,
Connie Francis, Brad Garrett, Dennis Farina, Lisa Lampanelli, William Shatner, Rachel York,
New York Magazine, The New York Daily News, The New York Post, most of the cast of
"The Sopranos," The Kennedy Family and The Sinatra Society Of Japan, just to name a few.
He has performed at Feinstein's at The Loew's Regency Hotel in New York, The Sands
and Hilton Hotels in Atlantic City, The Paris Hotel and Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas,
The Breakers in Palm Beach, and for events in Nashville and Beverly Hills. He's an international
performer, appearing in Italy, Canada and with The Symphony Orchestra Of Guayaquil, Ecuador.
He’s shared the stage with The Duke Ellington Orchestra, The Del Vikings, Lenny Coco and The Chimes,
The Spinners, Danny Aiello, Frankie Valli, Pat Cooper, and on numerous occasions with Johnny Maestro
& The Brooklyn Bridge, and Deana Martin & The Vincent Falcone Orchestra.
Every Saturday since 2004, with an 11 piece orchestra, he performs the critically acclaimed,
"Sinatra Songs," and "Remembering The Sands" at The Carnegie Club in New York City.
Steven Maglio’s CD, "Songs For Sinatra Lovers,” includes a voice / guitar rendition of
"Nancy, With The Laughing Face," featuring the legendary guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli.
Steven is also the co-writer and official singer of "The Danny DeVito Limoncello Song."
In films, Steven starred in the short film, "Frank & Alice.” He's also appeared in “Once More
With Feeling,” starring Chazz Palminteri and Drea de Matteo, and "Once Upon A Time In Brooklyn"
with Armand Assante, William DeMeo and Ice-T. His version of “The Tender Trap,” can be heard
in the romantic comedy, “My Best Friend’s Girl.”
A proud member of The Friars Club, The Screen Actors Guild, The Society Of Singers,
The Manhattan Association Of Cabarets & Clubs, and The National Italian American Foundation.
What is the most common compliment paid to Steven Maglio?
"If Frank Sinatra could hear you sing his songs, he'd be proud."