Steve March-Torme: I Remember Christmastime



This episode of Big Blend Radio features vocalist, composer, and musician Steve March-Torme. Listen to his podcast here in the YouTube player or download the interview on Spreaker, Podbean, or SoundCloud.

The son of legendary singer-songwriter Mel Torme and the stepson of well-known actor/comedian Hal March, Steve is a talented entertainer in his own right.  Since the late 1970s, he has been a successful singer, entertainer, recording artist, TV & radio host and has toured extensively worldwide to an ever-growing fan base.

Steve has written a brand new, original Christmas song entitled I Remember Christmastime.  It’s a beautiful, nostalgic, sentimental salute to fond remembrances of the Christmas season and was released 76 years after Mel Torme co-wrote the iconic The Christmas Song (commonly subtitled as Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire), which became a huge holiday hit for Nat King Cole in 1946 and again in 1961.  More about Steve at

Hear about Steve’s musical career, and two songs “I Remember Christmastime,” and “Straighten Up and Fly Right,” a duet with his father Mel Torme. Plus, we play the radio version of the award-winning and best-selling board game SPONTUNEOUS “The Song Game.”  More at

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