Sergio Cammariere

born on 15/11/1960 in Crotone, Calabria, Italy

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Sergio Cammariere

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Sergio Cammariere

Sergio Cammariere (born November 15, 1960 in Crotone, Italy) is an Italian jazz singer/songwriter. He has released seven albums.


After a long career as a niche musician distinguished by his collaboration with the poet and singer/songwriter Roberto Kunstler,[1] in 2003 he appeared at the Sanremo Festival performing the song Tutto quello che un uomo. He came in third place in this contest and won the critics' choice award.

His music video "Sorella Mia" won a prize at the Fandango "Videoclipped The Radio Stars" festival. His music can be classified as jazz and Cammariere performs on the piano and sings.

Cammariere is a distant cousin of Italian singer/songwriter Rino Gaetano.



  • 1998 - Tempo perduto
  • 2003 - Tutto quello che un uomo


  • 2002 - Dalla pace del mare lontano
  • 2003 - Dalla pace del mare lontano (Second version, including the track Tutto quello che un uomo - Sanremo 2003)
  • 2004 - Sul sentiero
  • 2006 - Il pane, il vino e la visione
  • 2009 - Carovane
  • 2012 - Sergio Cammariere


  • 1993 - Kunstler-Cammariere & Stress Band
  • 1993 - I ricordi e le persone


  • 1992 Quando eravamo repressi
  • 1994 Teste Rasate
  • 1996 USD - Uomini senza donne
  • 2007 L'Abbuffata
  • 2011 Tiberio Mitri - il campione e la miss


  • 2008 - Cantautore piccolino


  1. Gutierrez, Evan. [Sergio Cammariere at All Music Guide Sergio Cammariere: Biography]. Allmusic. Retrieved on 2010-11-07.

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