Guitarz Forever – Mike Campese Interview

Posted by on Oct 29, 2016

Mike Campese Chapters Mike Campese is a New York born guitarist that started playing guitar at the age of 13, and was exposed to music around the house, with his Father being a virtuoso violinist and his brother playing guitar. Mike, the youngest of the family, was heavily into Black Sabbath. Their music inspired him to learn the guitar and he began lessons with a Jazz guitarist. Mike was also...

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“Chapters”, Anti Music Review

Posted by on Aug 30, 2016

Mike Campese – Chapters by Kevin Wierzbicki The recent earthquake in central Italy no doubt brought back horrible memories for Campese; the guitarist lost several relatives to a similar event that occurred in the same area a few years ago. Campese memorializes the tragic event in “The Quake of Laviano,” the album’s lead-off track and a cut that really showcases the...

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Guitar Connoisseur Review

Posted by on Aug 25, 2016

Mike Campese: From the Big Apple to the Music World By Andrew Catania Let’s talk about a boy who was born in New York and started playing guitar at the very young age of 13. His father and elder brother both were also a great violinist and guitarist. He was obsessed with guitar and used to listen and learn technique of JAZZ, POP, CLASSICAL and many other genres. His ideal was Black Sabbath and...

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Chapters Cd, Review – Slammin Tunes

Posted by on Jul 14, 2016

Mike Campese — 9th solo album “Chapters” a real classic! Mike Campese is gonna release his 9th solo album in July. Its called Chapters. It’s an acoustic album with a splash of electric in it. When I read this I wondered what this meant. But the answer came when I tuned in to the first song. A wonderful mix of acoustic and electronic guitar melodies came out of my speakers. The balance between...

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Chapters Cd Review – All About The Rock

Posted by on Jul 13, 2016

CD Reviews MIKE CAMPESE – CHAPTERS CD REVIEW Full feature – Click Here! Written by John Deaux Mike Campese is best known for his work with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, unleashes his 9th solo album on a ravenous audience.primarily an acoustic album with smatterings of electric there’s something about this album that gets the juices flowing. Especially on the vocal tracks (You Take My...

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Chapters – Guitar club Magazine, Online Press

Posted by on Jul 13, 2016

View the full feature. Click Here!  online06 lug 2016 CHAPTERS, IL NUOVO ALBUM DI MIKE CAMPESE  Redazione  06 lug 2016 Albany, NY (Usa) – Esce alla metà di questo mese di luglio Chapters, la nuova release discografica di Mike Campese, il virtuoso chitarrista statunitense, polistrumentista e vocalist. Nono album, 15 tracce per 67 minuti di musica che Mike ha composto in viaggio tra le città...

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Bravewords Feature!

Posted by on Jul 7, 2016

MIKE CAMPESE JOINS INTO THE LIMELIGHT RECORDS FOR UPCOMING RELEASES   Original Feature:  Click Here! Mike Campese is a New York born guitarist that started playing guitar at the age of thirteen. He was exposed to a variety of music thanks to his father who is a virtuoso violinist. With influences like Black Sabbath, Jimmy Hendrix, Al Di Meola and Van Halen, Mike became obsessed with the guitar....

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Mike Campese signs with Into the Limelight Records

Posted by on Jul 5, 2016

MIKE CAMPESE SIGNS WITH INTO THE LIMELIGHT RECORDS.   Original Feature.  Click Here. Mike Campese joins Into The LimeLight Records for upcoming releases Mike Campese is a New York born guitarist that started playing guitar at the age of thirteen. He was exposed to a variety of music thanks to his father who is a virtuoso violinist. With influences like Black Sabbath, Jimmy Hendrix, Al Di Meola...

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MelodicRock.com Review of Chameleon

Posted by on Dec 9, 2014

MelodicRock.com Review of Chameleon

Mike Campese is back with a new solo release, titled “Chameleon”. This is Mike’s 8th solo CD,  it contains 12 new tracks and is a little over 60 minutes. This cd really packs a punch, If you heard Mike’s previous cd’s you will realize that he has really honed his writing and musicianship. The first track “To the 9’s” is slamming, it’s a...

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