Brian Myrick / Idaho Press Curtis Stigers at Capital High School,Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019. "I Wonder Why" is a song by American singer and songwriter Curtis Stigers, released as the first single from his eponymous debut album. Boise, Idaho, singer Curtis Stigers has a new album coming out April 10, “Gentleman.” It includes a bonus track, “Shut-Ins,” that feels timely during … Award-winning singer, songwriter, and saxophonist, Curtis Stigers is bringing his tour to Blackburn’s King George’s Hall on Monday 5th July 2021. Watch the video for Gentleman below: The official music page of award-winning singer/songwriter Curtis Stigers, with hit singles and millions of albums sold over a 28-year recording career. 323 talking about this. You can pre-order the CD and vinyl now. https://linktr.ee/cstigers Curtis Stigers and his band performing his hit "You're All That Matters To Me" at the Stuttgart Jazz Open in 2008. Get your copy of my latest album "Gentleman" today! The song reached number four on the Danish and Irish singles charts, number five on the UK Singles Chart, and number nine on the US Billboard Hot 100.It also reached the top 10 in Belgium, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and Norway. Curtis Stigers’ new album Gentleman is available digitally now and will be released on CD on Friday 1st May 2020. Curtis Stigers to victory Sat, Jan 20, 2001, 00:00 In most memory banks Curtis Stigers is an overly handsome M.O.R ballad singer with flowing locks and a gleaming saxophone. Curtis Stigers, 54, achieved multi-platinum sales for his eponymous first album, released in 1991, which included the single “I Wonder Why”. 2,107 Followers, 183 Following, 183 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Curtis Stigers (@thecurtisstigers) Sixty Seconds with Curtis Stigers by Simon Gage Published June 12, 2018 Published Jun 12, 2018 The singer-songwriter, 52, on curries in London, facing an empty nest and the upsides of life after divorce Curtis Stigers poses for a photo at the Egyptian Theatre in downtown Boise, Friday, Feb. 15, 2019. The … When Curtis Stigers came on stage on Wednesday night, it felt as if someone had upped the wattage in the bulbs.” — Wall Street Journal Immaculate in tie, suit and breast-pocket handkerchief, he is smack bang in fashion, making the kind of Blue Note post-bop to which 1960s ad executives sipped martinis.