Collection CD (2007)
25 fabulous tracks from the barefoot pop princess of the Sixties. Featuring hits, b-sides, favourite tracks, cover versions and rare foreign language recordings. All tracks digitally re-mastered at Abbey Road Studios. Includes the hits: o (There's) Always Something There To Remind Me o I'll Stop At Nothing o Message Understood o Tomorrow o Think Sometimes About Me o Puppet On A String o Those Were The Days o You've Not Changed o Monsieur Dupont Extended booklet includes introduction by Sandie Shaw, rare photos and extensive sleeve notes
Expressions Of The Heart CD (2013)
Hello Music Aficionados!
Sit back and chill, perhaps with a glass of wine, perhaps with a loved one, as Stephen Fuller serenades you with his smooth and equally powerful vocals, setting the mood for relaxation or romance, even a little dancing. "Expressions of the Heart" is a concept CD in which Fuller covers timeless hits from your favorite artists, with his unique, fresh spin. This wonderful musical production was put together by Fuller and Lou Rainone with the support of many others.
Other musicians appearing on the CD are: Lou Rainone: pianist and arrangerBob DeVos: guitarDiane Perry: violinKarl Kaminski: acoustic and electric bassGreg Bufford: drumsGeovanni Arencibia: congas and percussion on "Caribbean Queen", "On and On" and DindiCarrie Jackson: all background vocals on "Time After Time."
Fuller was born in Newark in the 1950s. Inspired by musical childhood friends, Fuller got into music at a young age. By eight-grade, discovered he could sing.
Attending Arts High School in Newark, Fuller took private vocal lessons and was a soloist in the choir. During high school he sang in a choir professionally which afforded him the funds to take piano and voice lessons.
A graduate of Colgate University, Hamilton, New York, Fuller sang with The Colgate 13, an acapella singing group and ended up touring the east coast, mid-west and Virgin Islands.
In the 1970s Fuller started a band and was the opening act for Stevie Wonder and Bill Withers. His talent had him performing to audiences around the world including: Israel, Jamaica, Costa Rica and the U.S. Virgin Islands. In addition to Fuller's overseas engagements, he performed in renowned New York City and New Jersey venues such as: the Metropolitan Room, Pat's in Chelsea, The Hotel Tutor, Trumpets Jazz Club, The Priory Jazz Club, and Hibiscus Restaurant, to name a few.
Other noted performances include singing the National Anthem for the Kansas city Kings NBA team, now known as Sacramento Kings at Kemper Area; and recently opening up for Dr. Freddy Cole (Nat King Cole's very talented brother). After raising a family and taking a break from music, Fuller is back in full swing performing regularly in nightclubs, restaurants and other venues throughout the east coast.
He hopes you enjoy this jazzy blend of musical gems. Thank you for listening -- this is surely a delightful treat you'll enjoy! - Maryanne Christiano-Mistretta