Biankini is a solo Singer / Songwriter / Guitarist born to Italian immigrant parents in Toronto, Canada.
Biankini has been performing and making music since he was a child, his parents bought him his first guitar by age 9. His first television appearance was at age 10.
He formed his first band Stardust as lead singer and guitarist by age 13 and released his first single "Miracles" before graduating from highschool. The single was remixed and promoted by Singer/Songwriter/Producer Rich Dodson from The Stampeders at Marigold Productions.
"Miracles" was played on radio across Canada, the U.S., Europe, and the U.K. prompting many tours and shows and some great Canadian highlights were stages such as The C.N.E. Bandshell, Molson Ampitheatre, Canada's Wonderland.
Biankini is now considered a veteran performer. He describes his music as a mixing of genres from classic rock, blues and funk with a modern edge with catchy guitar and he strives for excellent vocal performances,
On Biankini's latest album there also some heart touching ballads like
"No More Lies" and a song he wrote for his daughter called "A Better World"
Biankini's influences range from The Beatles, David Bowie, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Carlos Santana, Eddy Van Halen. Billy Joel, Elton John, George Michaels, Inxs, U2 ect...
All the songs on the album "Mother Nature" and the new single"Karma" were written, produced and performed by Biankini.