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Songs for Sinatra Lovers

by Steven Maglio

Steven Maglio is a singer of standards. Although he is especially appreciated for his renditions of songs made popular by Frank Sinatra, he is NOT an impersonator.
Genre: Easy Listening: Crooners/Vocals
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1. Come Dance With Me
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2. The Tender Trap
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3. I Can't Believe I'm Losing You
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4. Learnin' the Blues
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5. Nancy (With the Laughing Face)
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6. The Girl from Ipanema
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7. Drinking Again
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8. You Make Me Feel So Young
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9. Cycles
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10. Too Marvelous for Words
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11. Put Your Dreams Away
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Album Notes
Steven Maglio is a singer of standards.
Although he is especially appreciated for his
renditions of songs made popular by Frank Sinatra,
he is NOT an impersonator.

At eight years old, I heard a recording of Frank Sinatra singing "My Kind Of Town," and began to explore the only Sinatra album we owned at the time, "A Man And His Music." This was the beginning of my addiction, not only to Sinatra, but to that whole world of
standard songs and singers. It wasn’t until I reached the age of 35, that I started my lessons. After eight years of study, I finally got the nerve to get on stage at a karaoke bar, and won first prize. In June 2002, I became a member of Joe Battaglia’s 17 piece orchestra,
"The New York Big Band," and made my professional debut at New York City‘s "Tavern on the Green." As Frank Sinatra would say, "Now that's class, boy." Since then, I've made this CD, “Songs For Sinatra Lovers!,” joined The Friars Club, and performed with Deana Martin & Vincent Falcone, and with The Symphony Orchestra of Guayaquil, in Ecuador. Every Saturday evening, I perform two shows with an 11 piece orchestra at The Carnegie Club, in New York City. All the show information, an extended version of this biography,
music samples and pictures are all at

Some of my proudest compliments:

Sidney Zion, New York Daily News columnist and friend of Frank Sinatra, after seeing Steven perform at The Carnegie Club,
"If Frank Sinatra could have seen the show you just did, you would be the one he'd choose to continue singing his songs."

Vic Damone, Singer,
"Steven sounds just like Sinatra's records."

Johnny Maestro, Singer,
"I can't believe how much he reminds me of Sinatra.
Even his speaking voice resembles Frank's."

Vincent Falcone, long-time pianist/conductor for Frank Sinatra,
"Steven is one of the fine singers keeping The Great American Songbook alive.”

Connie Francis, Singer, exclaimed during one of Steven’s performances at The Carnegie Club,
“He sings great…….it’s almost like being at The Copa!”

Donald Trump, Real Estate Mogul, after Steven performed at Trump National Golf Club,
"That was a great show. You’re very talented. My wife really enjoyed it, and so did I."

Danny Aiello, Actor/Singer, "Steven is the best singer of our kind of music out there today.
And I don't just say that because he's my friend, I say that because it's the truth"

Lisa Lampanelli, Insult Comic, "Steven's my favorite singer, and my favorite straight friend."

Dennis Farina, Actor, "Terrific, Terrific!!!"

Pat Cooper, Comedian,
"Steven Maglio is the greatest! Do you hear what I'm tellin' you? He's the greatest!"

Brad Garrett, actor, after seeing Steven perform at The Carnegie Club, "I used to open for Sinatra, so I know how he worked.
The way you sing, and your whole style of performing, is a beautiful tribute to him. You do a great show."

The purpose of this CD, is to bring to the diehard Sinatra fans, fresh versions of some of the songs that most of the Sinatra tributeers never touch. At the same time, the casual Sinatra listeners, those who are only familiar with the more popular hits, like “New York,
New York,” and “My Way,” will now have the opportunity to experience some Sinatra songs that they otherwise might never have
paid attention to. These are the songs that make people want to become Sinatra fans.



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