Stephen Fuller’s deep rich voice and soulful renditions have long made him a favorite with sophisticated audiences.
Fuller has performed in renowned New York, New Jersey and international venues such as: the Metropolitan Room, Pat’s in Chelsea, The Hotel Tutor, Trumpets Jazz Club, The Priory Jazz Club, Island Center (St. Croix, VI), Clubs in Negril, Jamaica and many others. In addition, he has sung the National Anthem for the Kansas City Kings, NBA team (now Sacramento Kings) at Kemper Arena, and opened for both Stevie Wonder and Bill Withers while attending Colgate University.
Fuller is best known for his smooth virtuosity, which spans the breadth of jazz standards, blues, latin, swing, bossa nova and contemporary classics. As a lead vocalist, he has worked with a number of jazz bands and singing groups including: Carrie Jackson’s Jazz Vocal Collective, The Ted Klum Jazz Trio, Platinum II, The Colgate Thirteen and many others. Most recently, he became a band leader and formed The Stephen Fuller Band. The band is flexible in size and instrumentation, and includes top NY/NJ musicians.
Over the years, his voice has matured and evolved-- and his life experiences have made his interpretations of songs more expressive and soul stirring.
Steve credits his musical influences to Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra, Johnny Hartman, Joe Williams, Jon Lucien and Bill Withers.