Westland, Michigan (PressExposure) July 14, 2009 -- The next stage for Michael Carluccio's Las Vegas production of his 1-Man Legend Show will be the showroom of Marvaso's restaurant in Westland. Featuring the accompaniment of Eddie O, Michael's tribute to the stars of the 60' and 70's Michigan tour has hit a strong chord with audiences.
Carluccio's style and delivery takes the audience back decades to the golden years of Sinatra, Martin, Bobby Darin, Tony Bennett, Neil Diamond. "So much today has been done to impersonate the stars from the past," confessed Mike. "If a performer is lucky to impersonate more than one star, he or she, is certainly rare."
"My talent is my voice," Mike continued. "It allows me to entertain my audiences with an entire array of stars." Resting backstage from his performance, Michael Carluccio welcomes the interaction with audiences. âI love the applause and fanfare,â confessed Mike. âBut, I get a kick out of the smiles and tears on the faces of the audiences as they reminisce to my music.â
No stranger to the big stage, Michael has opened for Las Vegas acts such as Al Martino, Bobby Vinton and Connie Francis. But Mike still keeps the memory of his favorite performance as the opener for the Scintas Las Vegas show at the Sahara Hotel and Casino.
Michael is an actor, a product-demonstration model as well as a vocalist. He is also a songwriter and recording artist. He has performed on radio and television, in movies and on stage. As a model, Michael has been seen in many prestigious magazines, i.e., HOUR Magazine, Michigan Entertainment (ME) Magazine; Fitness commercials, Providence Hospital medical network.
Michael's most recent film performance was in "Rockwell" as the lead character, Benson Rockwell, a Michigan independent film production, produced by award winning producer Joshua Amir.
Leave a comment or request for Michael Carluccio with his Event Manager, Grow Small Biz at firstname.lastname@example.org or directly with telephone at 248/766-4970.