Steve Manshel is an award winning singer/song-writer/guitarist, and veteran of the legendary group, “Firefall” (You are the Woman, Just Remember I Love You, Cinderella…).

Steve has toured internationally and has appeared on TNN and VH1. He has shared the stage with The Doobie Brothers, Foreigner, America, Orleans, Three Dog Night, Poco, Ambrosia, Little River Band, The Marshall Tucker Band, Diamond Rio and countless others.

He has performed in such notable venues including Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater, House of Blues, Mile High Stadium, Red Rocks Amphitheater, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville in addition to countless state and county fairs across the country.

Steve’s energetic blend of musicianship, humor as well as his ability to perform such a wide range of music genres provides fun and excitement, whether performing as a soloist or along with his band.

Steve Manshel is a Colorado favorite with hundreds of performances each year for concerts, as well as for all types private events, including weddings and corporate dance parties.

Steve also does a considerable amount of work with charities and non-profit organizations and been involved with many fund raising events. He has worked with the City and County of Denver, the Mayor’s Office and the Coalition for the Homeless, the Limb Preservation Society, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), American Cancer Society and the Red Cross. 

He has also been appointed as an official Red Cross ambassador and his song “Come Hell or High Water” has been adopted as a Red Cross anthem and theme for an annual Red Cross benefit event.

Steve is available as a solo artist or with up to a six piece band for performances at both private or public events, corporate parties, weddings and concerts… wherever top shelf musical entertainment featuring a world-class entertainer is desired.

Steve Manshel