New York Vocalist Steven Maglio Set to Release New CD YOU BELONG TO ME This Summer

New York Vocalist Steven Maglio Set to Release New CD YOU BELONG TO ME This Summer

Highly acclaimed vocalist and accomplished singer of standards, Steven Maglio is greatly regarded for his renditions of songs popularized by Frank Sinatra.

For almost a decade, Mr. Maglio's long-running nightclub act "Sounds of Sinatra" swings every Saturday
evening at the swanky venue,The Carnegie Club (156 West 56th Street, New York City, 212.957.9676), a
testament to his exceptional talent.

With two shows back-to-back ("Sinatra: Remembering The Sands" at 8:30PM, followed by "Sinatra Songs"
at 10:30pm) he delights the upscale crowd with timeless and entertaining tunes, all accompanied by the
world-renowned 11-piece Stan Rubin Orchestra.

Through the years Mr. Maglio honed his musical craft, performing for a variety of prominent celebrities.
Both notable personalities and critics have graciously commented about his distinctive vocal gift.

Celebrated singer Vic Damone expressed "Steven sounds just like Sinatra's records." Song stylist Connie
Francis remarked "He's great! And with the big band, it's like being back at The Copa!" Charming Actor
Tony Danza revealed , after hearing Steven sing in honor of Frank Sinatra's birthday at Patsy's Italian
Restaurant, "I like Steven's singing because he pays attention to those minor details that make a song
popular, and then put those details into his own renditions. That's one of the marks of a great singer."

Recently Michael Dale of noted, "What's most impressive about Steven Maglio is that
even while attributing a singer he so obviously admires, he manages to make the evening his own. You may
walk in because of Frank Sinatra, but you'll leave with an appreciation for a terrific entertainer named
Steven Maglio." And Sidney Zion, New York Daily News columnist and friend of Frank Sinatra, has
reported, "If Frank Sinatra could have seen the show you just did, you would be the one he'd choose to
continue singing his songs."