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Steven St. James / Bio

With masterfully recorded backing tracks or a live swing style band, Steven recreates the sounds of the Rat Pack. Donning a tux, Steven dances onto the stage performing the tunes of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bobby Darin, Nat King Cole and more. You'll find him venturing into the audience with witty one liners, dead on impersonations, and even getting a few audience members up to dance. Having over 400 tunes to choose from on his backing tracks, Steven can create a show specifically for one genre or mix it up with several different stylings. If your preference is to drink in a jazzy trio or swing band, a Martini cool stage show can be created.
Steven St. James first appeared on stage as Henry II in “The Lion In Winter” at the Littleton Town Hall Arts Center. He then appeared as Pontius Pilate in “Jesus Christ Superstar” and Sky Masterson in “Guys and Dolls” at Bonfil’s Theatre and at Bo-Ban's Cabaret as Dracula in “Dracula The Musical?” After a summer performing melodrama at the nationally acclaimed Imperial Hotel in Cripple Creek, Colorado he traveled to New York City to begin classical training with The National Shakespeare Conservatory on Broadway.

Steven has studied with teachers from Stella Adler Studios, New York University, and the Eugene O’Neil National Theatre Institute, as well as Tony Barr of CBS TV, Hollywood, California, author of, “Acting For The Camera”.

Steven makes his living singing as well as acting in radio and television and industrial films for such companies as Coors, Qwest, SportsAuthority, Hewlitt Packard, Storage Tech, The Colorado Lottery and MacDonalds. He has also had roles on Perry Mason, Father Dowling Mysteries, and Diagnosis Murder with Dick Van Dyke.

General Info

Band Members
Steven St. James (vocalist)
Artist Name
Steven St. James
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/stevenstjames
Active Since
02/04
Genres
Jazz / American Standards / "Rat Pack" songs

Contact Info

Location
Denver, CO
Manager
Valerie Jeffers

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