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TV Host Cognac Wellerlane interviews Crooner Steven Maglio at the Carnegie Club

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TV Host Cognac Wellerlane interviews Crooner Steven Maglio at the Carnegie Club in Manhattan. Mr. Maglio is known for singing his own renditions of Sinatra Tunes to perfection over cocktails and mart...

President of Talent Productions Associates Al Guglielmo, TV Host Cognac Wellerlane, Actor Bill Lee Lanndis and Singer Rachella Tantaro

Steven was born to Italian American parents on December 25, 1958. "In 1966, we moved to the Bronx, and being the new kid on the block, I walked back and forth to school alone for the first few weeks. I heard a recording of Frank Sinatra singing "My Kind Of Town," and to pass the time on my new daily trek, I would sing the song to myself over and over. After a few days, I decided I needed another song and began to explore the only Sinatra album we owned at the time, "A Man And His Music."

Steven always want to sing but was a late bloomer and started his career late in life. 

He has been singing professionally for ten years now and has been appearing at the Carnegie club for eight delighting audiences with Sinatra Tunes.

One of the club's famous patrons is Connie Francies who occassionally stops buy to listen to Steven serenade his idol Mr. Sinatra.

Mr. Maglio recorded a CD, appeared in movies, joined The Friars Club, performed with The Symphony Orchestra of Guayaquil, Ecuador, and recorded "The Danny DeVito Limoncello Song," among other highlights.

For more information about Mr. Maglio and his appearances please visit and for more about the Carnegie Club please visit

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