Steven Musso is a worship leader/ multi-instrumentalist / choir-director / songwriter based out of Albany, NY. Steven holds a B.S. in Music Education from The College of Saint Rose in Albany, and a M.A. in Music and Worship with a concentration in songwriting from Liberty University in Lynchburg VA.

Steven sang and led worship with numerous touring ministry teams during his college career including Sounds of Liberty, the premier vocal group of Liberty University. In 2013, Steven attended GMA’s Immerse conference in Nashville, TN, where he won “Best of Show” and was awarded a performance at Disney World’s "Night of Joy", opening for Toby Mac. He has lead worship at some of the nation’s largest churches, sharing platforms with artists and speakers such as Chris Tomlin, Christy Nockles, Houefires, Seventh Time Down, Charles Billingsley, TaRanda Greene, Sean Hannity, and Governor Jeb Bush. Steven became a published songwriter in 2014 with an arrangement of his song “Every Tribe and Every Nation” appearing in Prism Music’s nationally-selling choral book “Break Every Chain.”.

Ever since he was a teenager, Steven has felt a burden for his home in the Northeast, the most unreached region of the US. In 2015, he felt called to return home form Virgina and link arms with a church planting team in Schenectady, NY where he is currently on staff as their worship pastor, leading and discipling a thriving team of emerging worship leaders. Steven's heart and passion is to bring the worship of Heaven to earth. His mission is to witness a multiplication of Christ followers, and help others discover their God given purpose, and reach their full potential in their giftings.

Serving in an ethnically diverse community, Steven is a firm believer in the power of worship to break down walls and racial barriers within the church. He desires to see people from every tribe, nation, and tongue come together as one to lift up the name of Jesus.

Steven has recently become an active member of the People and Songs community, teaching at The Emerging Sound Camp in Dallas Texas, and featuring as a writer on Amen. He has made appearances on People and Songs records as a keys player, and transcribes/engraves music for the community.