Steve Shelto – Don’t You Give Your Love Away (1983)

Steve Shelto had a long career in the music business and despite his record releases existing of an album with disco band “Area Code (212)” in 1979 and his SAM Records 12″ single “Don’t Give Your Love Away” in 1983,  Steve would go on to perform for some of the most prestigious audiences in the world including US Presidents and British Royalty.

In a career that spanned New York City area clubs, session work, radio and television commercials and voice-overs, off-Broadway acting and movie and television appearances, some of the highlights of his music career would be being invited to perform at such events as Ronald Reagan’s second inauguration, Queen Elizabeth’s 60th birthday party, the wedding of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, Prince Edward’s 21st birthday party and the Queen Mother’s 100th birthday celebrations.

Unfortunately, the man known as “Mr.Class” passed away in September last year but we will always have this dancefloor classic mixed by Shep Pettibone to remember him by.

Don’t You Give Your Love Away                     6:29

Don’t You Give Your Love Away (Instrumental)      5:57

Don’t You Give Your Love Away (Short Version)     3:42

Listen !


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3 comments on “Steve Shelto – Don’t You Give Your Love Away (1983)

    • Hi Marie, Thank you so much for taking the time to comment, it truly was a remarkable start to the year to hear from the daughter of the late, great Steve Shelto. His contribution and accomplishments in music were truly impressive and you must be very proud, wishing you all the best health and happiness in 2013 !

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