Steve recorded and released an album of his own songs on the Nite Star label under the direction of noted producer Tony Camillo at Venture Studios in Somerville, New Jersey, that has earned him a good following. He then signed with Country Roads Records out of West Virginia and his single "For a Song" was released and did well on the indie charts. "For a Song" was written by Steve and co-produced by Rick Iantosca at the House of Music in West Orange, N.J. where Kool and the Gang, George Benson and the Four Seasons have also recorded many hits with Iantosca's help.  



In 1986, Steve formed his own production company and is currently releasing records and CDs worldwide on his own label, Grab Records. His latest single, "Since You're Gone" was picked as a hit by CD 101.9 FM of New York.

Steve has appeared on the Joe Franklin Show and on New Jersey Network's Scott Free Show as well as many cable TV and Radio broadcasts.  He has done a great deal of studio work and has also performed on Royal Caribbean cruise ships. He is now doing jingles and recording songs for the number one karaoke company in the world, Pocket Songs, a division of Music Minus One record label. 


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