Steve Sinatra grew up in Boca Raton, FL where his family introduced him to music at the young age of five. As he worked his way through school drums went from being a passion to an obsession. Steve began playing the local music scene from age fifteen all the way through high school working for many talents in the South Florida area. After graduating he attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA for three years.
In August of 2006 he moved to Nashville to begin perusing a fulltime career in music working as a studio and touring drummer. Since then he's toured and shared the stage with many nationally recognized artists such as Sarah Buxton, Pat Green, Halfway to Hazard, Richard Marx, Vertical Horizon, Fisher Stevenson, Billy Gilman, Jason Meadows, Joe Nichols, and currently Little Big Town.
When Steve is off the road he spends his time between Nashville and LA recording demos and records for songwriters and artists such as Nashville Stars runner up Casey Rivers and George Ducas.
Steve also endorses: Paiste Cymbals, Vater Percussion, and Westone Monitors