A New Jersey resident, Michael D’Amore has been a professional entertainer for more than 30 years. He has opened for and shared the stage with groups such as “The Stylistics”, “The Duprees”, “The Loving Spoonful”, “The Grass Roots” and many more. He has had the pleasure of backing up and singing with Jim Yester, an original founding member and lead singer of the 60’s group “The Association.” He frequently appears as the lead singer for The Capris on stages from New York State to Florida. His One Man Shows have attracted a popular following in New Jersey and in Florida.
On Michael’s CD “In Harmony”, he played and sang every part, of which he is justifiably proud. He continues to strive for perfection in his craft and always measures his level of success by the number of smiles in his audience. Michael’s extraordinary voice and wide vocal range, along with his delightful personality, help him connect with his audience. He is a master at taking requests and will even sing duets.
The Capris are an American doo wop group who had a one-hit wonder with “There’s a Moon Out Tonight.” They experienced a popularity and performing resurgence in the 1980’s when three
members reformed and The Manhattan Transfer recorded their song. “Morse Code of Love,” which took the airwaves and became a dance sensation. They have been performing for almost six decades and are honored to be in the Vocal Group Hall of Fame. Lead singer Michael D’Amore has had the pleasure to work as a “Duo” with recent Blues Hall of Fame inductee Angel Rissoff. He has had the pleasure of sharing the stage with groups such as “The Stylistics, “Lou Christie,” “The Duprees,” “The Tokens,” “The Flamingos,” “Larry Chance and the Earls,” and so many groups he has admired over the years.