Steve Adorno

Funk-Rock-Latin-Soul Steve is a natural born musician. When hes working his magic on his first instrument, the drums, Steve instinctively knows how to lay it in the pocket. His solid Bronx backbeat has powered several name acts such as Sara Dash, Linda Hopkins and Kid Creole and the Coconuts. In 1980, Steve joined Arista recording artist G.Q., whose three #1 hit singles include the now classic dance hit Disco Nights. Steve received both gold and platinum albums for his work with G.Q.

Extensive world touring has brought him to many large venues such as Soldiers Field in Chicago, Cobo Arena in Detroit, Giant Stadium in New Jersey, Madison Square Garden in NYC, and The Winter Splash Music Festival on the island of Jamaica. During that time he shared the stage with many popular acts including Kool and the Gang, The Isley Brothers, Natalie Cole, and Phyllis Hyman. Steve is also a multi-talented songwriter/producer who possesses an amazing musical insight that constantly inspires other musicians. As a songwriter with an arsenal of songs to his credit, Steve is an endless source of creativity who has written in virtually every genre of music. He scored the music for the popular Nintendo 64 game Major League Baseball with Ken Griffey Jr. Steve also recently completed the musical score for the Off-Broadway play RUS which opened to rave reviews in NYC. His instincts, hard work, and constant energy have facilitated many musical projects throughout his career including Devoshun,FLY TO France, Steve As Blockparty, Street Child, and Lori Rose and the Rocketeers

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