About

Steve Glotzer has been performing his unique blend of latin, jazz and blues around the country at clubs, festivals and concerts for over thirty years. Often compared to Ottmar Liebert, and described as “Wes Montgomery meets Bruce Cockburn”, he has opened shows for a wide range of artists such as Delbert McClinton, Blues Traveler, Dr. John, Larry Coryell, David Grisman, Son Seals, David Wilcox, Sonia Dada Roger McGuinn, John Cowen, and Richard Elliott, just to name a few.
Steve has released six CDs; Acoustically Speaking, A Softer Side, Memory of One, Lately, Acoustic Christmas, and Life Imitates Art. His music has been featured in movies and TV, on such shows as 
Diane Sawyers’s Documentary “Children of the Mountain”, Knight Rider, Young and the Restless, Oprah, Desperate Housewives, Wife Swap, ED, One Life To Live,  Passions, 
King of the Hill, Martha Stewart Living, The Weather Channel, the Bachelor/Bachelorette,  Sony’s Friends with 
Money, and the  MGM movie A Guy Thing.

Winner 2001 Jazz Album of the Year for “Life Imitates Art”,  Jazz Song of the Year
“Los Cabos Serenade”…JPFolks.com

Winner of Jazz Artist of the Year,  Airplaydirect.com

…it is stunning!!… Srgiu Rusu, Romania

…charming and refined…Alexei Krupsky, Visionary Voyager, Minsk,Belarus

…a gem…Kate Klein, KMUD

Thanks for sharing your music…Juergen Kramer, Radio ZuSa Germany

“Having over twenty five years in the guitar biz, Steve Glotzer is fully qualified to produce a must have album for music aficionados of surreal bebop, breezy sambas, conga driven wanderlust and sophisticated urban blues.” Roger Gillies, KGNU

“Of all the CDs that have been presented to me over the years “Life Imitates art” is by far on top of the heap. the ten tunes exhibit a warm sweet tone, yet with plenty of tension. Steve has managed to achieve an extraordinary blend in the musicians that he has surrounded himself with.” Michelle Mobley, Sugardaddy Jazz and Blues News