Michael is a native of Detroit, MI. At the age of 6, his father a tile setter and his mother a homemaker, loaded up the car along with his two younger sisters to fulfill his father's dream of living in California.
While growing up in the San Fernando Valley, Michael's first musical influence was the sound of his mother's voice singing along to her favorites; Connie Francis, Frank Sinatra and Engelbert Humperdinck to name a few. It's not unusual that while attending Birmingham Senior High School Michael auditioned for a spot with their talented singing group "Sixteen Voices". The eight young women and eight young men sang and danced before VIP audiences on The Queen Mary, California Governor's Dinners and Hollywood's elite Golden Apple Awards.
Michael served his country for 4 years in the United States Marine Corps attaining the rank of Sergeant. Civilian life led him and his own growing family to north Georgia in 1986, where he performed at local clubs and private events while raising his family.
In 1995 Michael moved his family to Michigan (where his vast extended Italian family resides). While singing at an "International Women's Show" he was approached to perform his own show at the Fox Theater in St. Louis, Missouri. It was here that his passion was ignited, and his dream to become an entertainer was born. Across many stages along the way, he treasures the opportunity to sing to his mother among the audience, her favorite song, "Spanish Eyes".
Michael Carluccio became known as "the man of a thousand voices" for his talent and unmatched ability to perform the hits of his favorite performers; the songs that rekindle the nostalgia of a child listening to the music his parents loved. As a former U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant, Michael enjoys performing for our veterans and their families whenever he can.
Michael resides in Macomb County, MI with his wife and their little dog, a Maltese named Bella, enjoying 7 successful children and 12 grandchildren.