A late starter, Steven's professional career began in 2002, at the age of 43, as lead male vocalist for Joe Battaglia's New York Big Band, playing numerous dates at New York City's "Tavern On The Green" and "Rainbow Room." Steven is NOT an impersonator, but he's so reminiscent of Frank Sinatra in voice and style, that audience members, requesting mostly Sinatra songs,consider him to be the world's premier Sinatra tributeer. Vic Damone heard Steven Maglio singing live and said in amazement, "I thought they were playing Sinatra's records." He has also been hailed by Johnny Maestro, Pat Cooper, Brad Garrett, Dennis Farina, Danny Aiello, New York Magazine, The New York Daily News, The New York Post, most of the cast of "The Sopranos," and The Sinatra Society Of Japan, to name a few. He has performed at The Sands Hotel in Atlantic City, The Paris Hotel and Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, and with The Symphony Orchestra Of Guayaquil in Ecuador, as well as The Blue Note in New York with Monty Alexander and Delfeo Marsalis, The New York Hilton with The Bill Gulino Orchestra, and The Dolphin Hotel in Florida's Disney World with The Duke Ellington Orchestra. His CD, "Songs For Sinatra Lovers," features Bucky Pizzarelli's guitar on, "Nancy," He is also the co-writer and official singer of "The Danny DeVito Limoncello Song," and has starred as a Sinatra-like character in the short film, "Frank & Alice." Every Saturday evening since 2004, backed by an eleven piece orchestra, Mr. Maglio has been selling out two shows, "Remembering The Sands" and "Sinatra Songs," at The Carnegie Club in New York City. A member of The New York Friars Club, 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."