Steve March-Tormé (born January 29, 1953) is an American singer and songwriter who currently resides in Appleton, Wisconsin. He is the son of the legendary Mel Tormé and former model Candy Toxton (Tockstein). The two later divorced and Toxton married actor/comedian Hal March who became Steve's stepfather.Apart from his father, Steve's early musical influences include The Four Seasons, Nat King Cole, The Temptations, Ricky Nelson, and Gene Pitney. Later influences include Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, Todd Rundgren, Steely Dan, and especially The Beatles.Steve will be performing the holiday version of one of his two symphony shows in December 2011 with the Charlotte Symphony in Punta Gorda, (Fl.), the New Bedford Symphony (MA.) and the Green Bay Symphony (WI.) The music is arranged for a full 70 piece orchestra and the orchestrations were written by his longtime musical director/pianist Steve Rawlins, with some help from Steve March-Tormé.