Sputzy is the tri-state area’s top male vocalist and after establishing himself as a major draw with top local dance bands such as Gigolo, Modern Man, & Sputzy and the Soul Providers, Sputzy achieved national chart success with his debut C.D. release Too Much Too Soon. Sputzy has also been featured on George A. Romero’s film Day of the Dead, as well as, many local and national T.V. and radio commercials.
Today, Sputzy is recognized as one of the regions premier special event acts; performing at events such as corporate events, fundraisers, wedding receptions, country club functions, and conventions. He maintains his strong following through selective public performances.
Though his unique vocal style remains dynamic and soulful, Sputzy has diversified his repertoire to include everything from Sinatra to Van Morrison to Billy Joel and Santana. For Sputzy, music is a way of life. You have to feel it, breathe it, live it……. Sputzy does just that!!
Sputzy sang “America the Beautiful” at the 2006 AFC Championship Game played on Monday Night Football and has sang the Star Spangled Banner for the Pittsburgh Penguins, Pittsburgh Steelers and the Pittsburgh Pirates.
“Sputzy was phenomenal! His sound has updated, his voice is still remarkable and his new female vocalist was a real plus.” – Dorothy (Raizman Party)