Guitarist, songwriter, author and composer since 1984, Carmine Migliore is one of the most active and interesting artists of the Italian and International rock/blues scene.
At the age of 13 he founded his first band “Zephyrus” that wasn’t just a school band but something that would have led him performing on many italian stages.
In ’97 he toured with Leandro Barsotti, Danilo Amerio, Paolo Belli, James Thompson (sax player with Zucchero), Adriano Pappalardo and he started his projects “The Blues Road” and the band “Carmine Migliore & Road Runner“. His song “Black Sister” won the critic award at “Oro di Andy Festival” and at “European Live Festival”. In 1998 he releases his album “Live at Blinsky.
At the end of 2001 he started recording some songs at Niski Studio and in 2003 he partecipates to the “Festival di S. Vincent” with his song “Jimi”.
Carmine had the chance to share the stage with people like Tolo Marton, Crystal White, Paul Young & Los Pacaminos, Mike Stern, Carvin Jones, Blue Stuff, Scott Henderson, Nathaniel Peterson, Hiram Bullock.
In 2005 Carmine recorded “Le gesta di un Campione”, a song dedicated to the boxeur Prisco Perugino, prematurely gone.
In the beginning of 2006, Daniel Lauvray wanted him with in Beàuvais to partecipate at “Le Blues Autour du Zinc”, one of the most important blues festivals in Europe.
Starting on the end of 2006, he createed a new lineup with “I Romans“, very popular italian band in the 70/80 Pop/Rock/Prog scene.
In March 2007 he recorded “Lettera a mio figlio” with Carmine Migliore & Niussò, a song that will be used by Unicef and in 2009 was featured in a record released in the USA for Quickstar Production label.
In 2010 he toured with New Primitives with Mal. In the same year he went back to the Naples Conservatory to attend the Jazz classes and in August 2010 he toured Italy and Spain with the band “Carmine Migliore & Cheap Tequila”