Considered by critics to be one of the leading Italian interpreters of the Italian - American songbook, over the years he has sold more than 60 thousand physical copies of his albums worldwide. He performed more than 800 concerts in Italy, Europe, China, Russia e USA, and at the "Blue Note" in Milan he has had 12 SOLD OUT shows.
His debut album, released in 2006, Just Smile, featured a mix of standards. Recorded with Italian jazz legends Renato Sellani, Franco Cerri, Gianni Basso was enthusiastically received by audiences and critics both nationally and internationally.
For 7 years he has been listed among the 10 best jazz singers in the referendum of the Italian magazine "Jazz IT" for seven years. Brancaleoni's second album, Live In Studio, released in 2009, remained for 208 weeks among the best-selling jazz records on the Apple Store. He's often compared by the press to Michael Bublé (with whom he duetted live in 2007 in Rome) and he's also known as "The Italian Crooner" for being internationally the most popular Italian interpreter of the "swing - jazz" genre.