Steve Elci
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Steve Elci

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A southeastern Connecticut-based singer/songwriter who's been playing and performing as long as he can remember. His love for catchy hooks in his musings and soaring vocal style have won him acclaim from fans and critics alike.

On his new children's CD titled "Vowels", Steve creates a rock and roll for kids style of music that children will love and parents will enjoy.

In 2005, the Steve Elci recorded a song called "Christmas Time" was for "The Chimneys of New London" - a Connecticut based Christmas CD featuring all local New London artists. The song "Christmas Time" was entered into the Unisong International Songwriting Contest where it became an Honorable Mention Winner internationally (2005-2006). In 2007, Steve recorded a composition for the national PTA called "Every Child One Voice" as a fund-raiser. The song was sold nationally for about three months before the end of the school year 2007.

Steve is also recorded a song titled "Submarine Town," (2004) which played a part in the Save The Submarine Base political campaign with Connecticut Governor M. Jodi Rell, US Senators Andrea Stillman and Christopher Dodd, and then US Congressman Rob Simmons. In May of 2005, New York Times reporter Bill Yardley wrote about Steve in an article called "Hey, Didn't the Beatles Sing About a Submarine?

Dance, sing and have fun to all my original children's music!!!