Retired Microsoft Partner Releases First Single and Embarks on Music Career

George A. Santino Leaves Rat Race for Rat Pack with a Forthcoming Work of Sinatra Covers
George A. Santino (credit: Anessa Benedict for benedict photo*art)
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April 25, 2012 - PRLog -- After a twenty year career at Microsoft that skyrocketed him from an entry level lab engineer position to retire as a partner from the company, George A. Santino embarks on an encore career in music. He has recorded a full-length album of Frank Sinatra covers in his own unique crooner style; “That’s Life” the first single from the forthcoming album “Come Fly With Me” (May 15, 2012) is now available on iTunes.

A natural voice and a love for performing since a young age, George A. Santino decided early on that providing for his family was more important than fulfilling his musical passion. Now, with children in college and a successful career behind him, George is free to pursue the path he has always wanted.

“My wife keeps reminding me that I am retired but with voice lessons, recording sessions and now a music video shoot in the works, it certainly doesn’t feel like it. Besides having a heck of a schedule this music stuff is pretty fun,” says George.

About George A. Santino

George A. Santino is a Seattle-area singer, writer and motivational speaker who is making the most of his second career by embracing his passion for performing and storytelling. Recently retiredfrom a fulfilling career at Microsoft, George has left the rat race for the Rat Pack. His debut album “Come Fly with Me” is a collection of Frank Sinatra covers in George’s own crooner style. In addition to music, George is working on his memoirs which tells his story of getting knocked down multiple times but always getting back up. Born in Philadelphia, PA to a family struggling to provide and growing up in a housing project where poverty and violence had a profound effect on his upbringing, George learned early on that he had to work hard to get ahead; he has a uniquely American story to tell.

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