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,
New York Magazine, and The Sinatra Society Of Japan, to name a few.
Steven Maglio is not an impersonator, but he is so reminiscent of Frank Sinatra that when he started to sing professionally, audience members requested mostly Sinatra songs. Rather than fight it, Steven embraced it, being a lifelong Sinatra fan, and has become the country's premier Sinatra tributeer. He has performed at The Sands in Atlantic City, The Paris in Las Vegas, and with The Symphony Orchestra Of Guayaquil in Ecuador, as well as some of the top showrooms in his hometown of New York City, such as The Rainbow Room, The Blue Note, and Tavern On The Green. Steven Maglio also
stars in "Sinatra Songs," a nightclub tribute to Mr. Sinatra, at New York City's Carnegie Club, where, with an eleven piece big band orchestra, Steven has been selling out two shows every Saturday evening since November, 2004. He is also the singer of "The Danny DeVito Limoncello Song." A proud member of the famous New York Friars Club,The Society Of Singers, The Manhattan Association Of Cabarets And Clubs, and The National Italian American Foundation. Steven Maglio can supply anything from a solo performance, using state-of-the-art pre-recorded accompaniment, to a 21 piece big band orchestra. He'll sing all the great standard hits from all the greatest songwriters from Cole Porter to Irving Berlin, from Gershwin to Jobim, and from Paul Anka to Paul McCartney. If he doesn't know it, he'll learn it. What is the most common compliment paid to Steven Maglio? "If Frank Sinatra could hear you sing his songs, he'd be proud."