Songwriter, singer, guitar player, arranger.
For several years on the Roman scene, with a gritty voice reminiscent of a timbre between Chris Cornell, David Crosby and John Fogerty, he has played in various rock - blues - folk band, especially in the Roman live music scene and in the middle Italy. Claudio played a lot of gigs as a one-man-band guitar and voice as well as collaborations with well-known artists, including: the American bluesman Nathaniel Peterson, the Venetian guitarist Tolo Marton, the American percussionist Karl Potter, the bassist and singer Michael Brill, the guitarists Nicola Costa, William Stravato, Franco Vinci, Alex Valle, Stefano Ciotola, Laurent Digbeu, Mats Hedberg, the blueswoman Francesca De Fazi, the piano player and singer Mario Donatone, the bassist Mario Guarini, the Florentine bluesman Filippo Barontini, the bassist Fabiola Torresi, the drummers Pino Liberti, Sandro Chessa, Valter Detond.
He released three albums: Pinco è Una Nazione (2003); Today And Tonight (2012) later re-released in 2019 by Redwood Recordings as Muff Brotherhood with the title Somewhere Along the Shore; Nineteen Sixty-eight (2020); two singles in 2014, Nell'ombra and Nubi di Ieri la Ballata di Eric Fletcher.
His live proposal: from one man band guitar and voice to unplugged duo, or electric trio, quartet and quintet and more.
In parallel to the live and record activity in the folk-rock-blues field, in recent years he has been creating a library of original music designed for use as soundtracks, this music is available on www.cmmusiclibrary.it.