Sigy sounds like a cross between Engelbert, Elvis, and Tom Jones, with a bit of Dean Martin thrown in for fun. He’s an award-winning singer whose powerful vocals carry you song to song, feeling his passion for performing. From napkin-waving fans during “Delilah”, to a more melancholy attentiveness during “I’ve Got to Be Me”, Sigy makes his own mark on the more than 200 songs in his repertoire. He’s quick on his feet to engage his audience and prefers to make his way around a room rather than keeping to center stage.
Those who have experienced Sigy’s performances agree that his talent is equaled only by his joy of performing.
Siegfried “Sigy” began his career in music studying opera in Pforzheim, Germany. At fourteen, he toured throughout Europe, and at seventeen was signed by Areola Records in Germany. At twenty, without speaking any English, he decided to fulfill his dream and come to the states to pursue his career in music. Sigy made his US debut in 1978, performing with The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra at the renowned Fox Theater. Since then, Sigy has performed from Miami Beach to New England and Las Vegas. Venues have included hotels, resorts, boat charters, restaurants, clubs, and
convention centers. One highlight of his career was a performance at the Hatch Memorial Shell in Boston. Sigy currently plays hundreds of shows a year, which have included engagements in Germany and Paris.