Steve Sinatra grew up in Boca Raton, FL where his family introduced him to music at the young age of five. Steve began playing the local music scene at the age of fifteen and continued throughout high school, working with many talented artists and groups in the South Florida area.
After graduating high school, Steve went on to attend the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA for three years. In August of 2006 he moved to Nashville, TN to finish up his schooling in a studio drumming internship with A-List drummers Chris McHugh and Rich Redmond. This internship was the first of its kind using his self-developed curriculum under Berklee’s supervision and now provides educational opportunities for other Berklee students with similar interests. At the end of his internship he began perusing a full-time career in music, working as a studio and touring drummer.
Since arriving on the Nashville music scene, Steve has toured and shared the stage with numerous nationally recognized artists such as Sarah Buxton, Pat Green, Halfway to Hazard, Richard Marx, Vertical Horizon, Billy Gilman, Jason Meadows, Joe Nichols, Little Big Town, Kate Kim and Hunter Hayes. When he's not on the road, Steve spends his time between Nashville and LA, recording demos and records for singer / songwriters and artists.
For more information about Steve Sinatra, as well as hearing music clips of his work, check out his Myspace page at: www.myspace.com/stevesinatramusic.