About Steve Lungrin
Steve Lungrin is an internationally known singer-songwriter, independent recording artist, performer, and web based piano teacher. Originally from the heartland state of Nebraska, he currently resides in southern Nevada where he maintains an active performance schedule, and works on new recording and video projects, with contributions made by such world renowned artists as guitarist Chris Pinnick, and multi instrumentalist/vocalist, and Grammy Award winning songwriter Bill Champlin (both former members of the hit super group Chicago).
A life long singer, and piano player from the age of 7, Steve has been performing professionally for over 25 years. Inspired by all the great singer-songwriters of the '60's, '70's, and '80's, particularly Billy Joel & Elton John, Steve has been honing his craft as a player, singer, and writer since his adolescence. As a soloist or as part of various ensembles, he has performed at the Greeley, CO Jazz Festival, Worlds of Fun in Kansas City, MO, Canadian Wonderland in Toronto, ON (Canada), the White House lawn in Washington, DC, and Carnegie Hall in New York City to name a few. He was the first ever Cornhusker State Games Talent Competition Gold Medalist in 1995 where he performed his signature song, Billy Joel's "Piano Man", for over 5,000 people at the age of 17.
He founded LearningMusicIsFun.com in 2011, where he has passed on the techniques and systems he uses as a piano player to thousands of players from dozens of countries on every inhabited continent in the world. He maintains a schedule of 100 (give or take a few) live performances every year traveling to multiple states, as well as regularly releasing new studio albums of original songs and compilation albums of cover song performances, while also continuing to create new educational material for his international student and fan base.
Steve has a great passion for the work that he does and hopes to see you at a show some time, or to connect online via YouTube, Facebook, or right here at PianoManSteve.com. He has always worked under a simple philosophy that he has tried to pass on to his fans and students: "If you're not having fun when you're making music, you're doing it wrong!" Suffice it to say, he is having the time of his life!