Michael Amante has performed to sold-out audiences across the country from New York's Lincoln Center and Town Hall to Heinz Hall in Pittsburgh. His debut album, Michael Amante, topped Billboard Magazine's 2002 charts at #1 for Top Midline Classical Artist, and #5 for Top Midline Classical Album. Amante has been hailed as "The Fourth Tenor," by Regis Philbin and "The next Mario Lanza" by Tony Bennett. The New York Times declared "this swashbuckling Italian tenor exhibits both the voice and charisma of a crossover star."
Amante's latest album Ready For More, was released in 2007 and includes some of Amante's dearest romantic tunes, including a few original tunes by song writers the late Ron Miller along with his daughter Lisa Miller, Bill Fayne and Herb Bernstein. The album also features "It's Impossible", a special duet with the late great Sergio Franchi, who has been called "One of the greatest Romantic Popular Tenors of the 20th century." His latest project Amante Salutes America is focused on the production of a patriotic album, which will provide financial support to organizations benefiting United States Disabled Veterans