After his departure from Gigolo, Sputzy went on to perform with “Modern Man”, who had national dance chart success. Sputzy’s vocal performance with Modern Man was also featured on the soundtrack of George A. Romero’s film, “Day of the Dead”.
When the members of Modern Man parted ways, Sputzy’s unique vocal style landed him numerous national radio commercials. Sputzy has built and maintained a loyal following, and regularly packs clubs throughout Pennsylvania, Ohio, & West Virginia. His current touring band is called “Soul Provider”.
Over the years the bands have changed, but one thing has remained the same, his soulful style. Sputzy’s from the heart performance on his debut 11 song album entitled “Too Much Too Soon” displays his vocal versatility. He artfully delivers ballads like “Forever”, “Anyone Who Had A Heart”, & “Not Just Any Love Song” , along with harder edged songs such as “Mercy, Mercy, Mercy”, “See-Saw”, “You Can Leave Your Hat On”,& “Double Agent ‘O Soul”. He gives each song it’s own persona with an injection of soul.