Si tratta di un record per Zucchero che si era fermato a sette date nel 2011 durante il Chocabeck World Tour, risultando così il primo e unico cantante a esibirsi per ventidue spettacoli all'Arena di Verona, di cui undici consecutivi, all'interno della stessa tournée, superando il … [60] It included three consecutive sold-out performances in the Arena of Verona. No logró un resultado fabuloso pero volvió otras veces y se contentó con unos resultados personales más bien mediocres. Polistrumentista, ma anche grandissimo autore, questo è il suo secondo album. Zucchero si è alternato sul palco con diverse star internazionali come l’ex Police, Bruce Springsteen e altri. [72][73][74][75] On CNN it was announced that the album will include a new song Streets of Surrender (S.O.S) which lyrics written by Bono, dedicated to the victims of November 2015 Paris attacks.[76]. Biografia. Zucchero ganó, obtuvo un contrato con la Polygram y el año siguiente participó en el Festival de San Remo. grande cantante. È nato a Reggio nell’Emilia il 25 settembre del 1955, ha 61 anni ed è alto 178 centimetri. En 1984 escribió la canción "Non voglio mica la luna" ("Yo no te pido la luna") presentada por Marina Fiordaliso en el festival de San Remo. [73] The Arena concerts, held between 16–28 September, were his only concerts in Italy in 2016, and they were characterized by a vast and diverse repertoire of old and new songs, and some special guests. Con "Bluesugar" llegó a su noveno álbum, con ventas de récord ("Oro, Incenso & Birra" de 1989 ha sido el álbum más vendido en la historia de la canción italiana) y logró buenas posiciones en las listas de ventas del extranjero ("Senza una donna", grabada con Paul Young en 1991, alcanzó el cuarto puesto en la clasificación inglesa), con un género más bien original, fruto de una inédita contaminación entre música negra y melodía mediterránea, que lo ha hecho popular en el extranjero ante todo tipo de público. A Wonderful World è un singolo del cantante italiano Zucchero Fornaciari, pubblicato nel 1989 dall'album Oro, incenso e birra e ripubblicato con il titolo Wonderful World nel 1991 insieme ad Eric Clapton dalla raccolta Zucchero del 1990. [3] The album, again produced by Rustici and featuring musical performances by Clarence Clemons, The Memphis Horns and David Sancious, included the Italian hit singles "Con Le Mani" (in English, "With the hands"), with lyrics by Gino Paoli, the controversial "Solo una sana..." (in English "Only a healthy...."), and the original version of "Senza una donna" (in English, "Without a woman") which later became an international hit in a duet version with Paul Young. [3] He started writing his own songs when he was 13 or 14 years old, and after learning basic instruments, from 16 he moved on to learning the tenor saxophone. Nuovo!! On December 8 the album was presented with a special free concert at the park of Instituto Superior de Arte in Havana, in front of nearly 70,000 people. Zucchero (Sings His Hits In English) Zucchero & The Randy Jackson Band Un po’ di Zucchero. [3][4][25], The 1995 album Spirito DiVino, that included the smash European hits "Il Volo", "Papà perché?" It, with the upcoming compilation, was promoted with over 150 concerts, an estimated audience of 1.4 million people. King, Sting, Bono, Dolores O'Riordan, Paul Young, Peter Gabriel, Luciano Pavarotti, and Andrea Bocelli. At that time, he was studying veterinary medicine; although he liked animals and the course (taking 39 out of the 51 exams),[4] he wanted to be different from his parents and withdrew from the course in order to pursue his aspirations. A principios de 2001, Zucchero y Corrado Rustici colaboraron en la creación de un nuevo álbum, titulado "Shake". Fornaciari currently lives in Pontremoli, Tuscany. [61] In June performed at the protest-against poverty concert Agit8 organized by Bono at the Tate Modern in London. The friend taught Fornaciari how to play on the guitar songs by Redding, Marvin Gaye, and Sam & Dave. Fundó "Le nuove luci", un grupo de jóvenes músicos como él, con en cual empezó a tocar en las salas de baile de la zona. [4][15] He reappeared in the summer of 2001 with the European hit single "Baila morena" (re-released in 2006), described as "swinging track densely populated with crunching electric guitars, thick piano and organ vamps, and soaring bluesy female vocals over Zucchero's trademark rasp". Desde entonces su éxito no ha parado. In the same year, he also composed the soundtrack for the film Snack Bar Budapest, written and directed by Tinto Brass. Aprendió a tocar a los Beatles, Bob Dylan y los Rolling Stones. Descrizione. Zucchero, pseudonimo di Adelmo Fornaciari (1955 – vivente), cantautore e musicista italiano. [1][4] The result of these sessions, with a backing band that included bassist Randy Jackson, was the 1985 album Zucchero & The Randy Jackson Band, and the song "Donne" (in English, "Women"). The discography of Zucchero, an Italian rock blues singer-songwriter, consists of 14 studio albums, one soundtrack album, seven compilation albums, two live albums and more than sixty singles. In 2018 the Italian bluesman continued touring around Europe. Llegó al octavo puesto, pero la canción, un reggae que siguió una línea de gran moda entre los jóvenes, sorprende al público. Again produced by Corrado Rustici, it was a much darker album than Fornaciari's previous works, which was made clear by the title track "Miserere" (Have Mercy), a duet with Luciano Pavarotti. [27] The CD, released in an Italian and an English version, contained 13 of Fornaciari's greatest hits (excluding the Miserere period) and three new songs including the hit single "Menta e rosmarino" ("I feel so lonely tonight"). [27] The band recording it included Santana bassist Benny Rietveld and bluesharp player Mark Feltham. [4] The album still stands as not only one of Fornaciari's, but also Italian most successful albums, outselling even Blue's and includes the Italian hit singles "Diamante" (lyrics written by Francesco De Gregori, dedicated to Zucchero's grandmother Diamante), "Overdose (d'Amore)", "Il Mare" and "Wonderful World". Zucchero este un cântăreț italian de muzică rock. → Ecco la lista dei brani musicali incisi da Zucchero Fornaciari e gli album dell'artista [62], In March 2014 started the Americana Tour with over 50 concerts in Canada and the United States. [1][3][5][10][11] His father, Giuseppe Fornaciari, and mother, Rina Bondavalli, came from rural families. Un po' di Zucchero (1983); Zucchero and the Randy Jackson Band (1984); Rispetto (1986) [22] The compilation album Diamante was released in Mexico and other Latin American countries in 1994, and was an attempt to use the same method of Zucchero sings his hits in English for the Spanish and Latin American market. In the 2001 production of the Sanremo Festival, Zucchero co-wrote the songs "Luce (Tramonti a nord est)" by Elisa, and "Di sole e d'azzurro" by Giorgia, which charted as first and second respectively, both winning the festival awards. In Forte dei Marmi, he finished his technical high school studies,[12] and moved again, this time to the city of Carrara. [27] In 1999 was invited by Bono to participate at charity NetAid event, where at Giants Stadium in New Jersey performed "Il volo", along Bono U2's One, and with various artists the single song "New Day". Informativa. Comandante de la Orden al Mérito de la República Italiana: fue condecorado con el cuarto honor civil más alto en Italia por el presidente de la república Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, el 6 de febrero de 2006. Zucchero, pseudonimo di Adelmo Fornaciari, è un cantautore e musicista italiano. "Cosi' Celeste" (Zucchero) - Zucchero Live in Italy 2008, gravado ao vivo na Arena di Verona (Setembro de 2007). [78], "When I do the English version of a song, I lose something. Musically influenced by Jazz and Soul, she performed from an early age at several Roman Jazz clubs. Este disco llevó incluida la canción "Baila (sexy thing)", que resultó ser el tema estrella del año en infinidad de países. [27] During the sold out tour Fornaciari sang with Buddy Guy in Milan, and played "My Love" (the English version of "Il Volo") and "Un piccolo aiuto" (together with Eric Clapton) during the '96 Pavarotti and Friends show. Discografia. [4] On the album and during the tour, Fornaciari was accompanied by former Santana drummer Michael Shrieve. The most important concerts were held in Piazza San Marco and in Hyde Park, London, for the British Summer Time Festival. [15] However, he wrote and produced the festival hit song "Lisa" by Stefano Sani. Il nome d'arte Zucchero è uno pseudonimo. The 1991 was released Fornaciari's first live album Live at the Kremlin, recorded in Moscow Kremlin 1990 (being the first Western artist to perform there after the fall of Berlin Wall[4][24]) and featuring guest appearances by Randy Crawford (on John Lennon's "Imagine") and Toni Childs. [16], Although Zucchero & The Randy Jackson Band and Rispetto were commercially successful, it was the 1987 album Blue's that went on to become the highest selling album in Italian history (until his following album in 1989),[1] selling 1.5 million copies in 1987 alone; it made Fornaciari a household name in Italy, and neighbouring countries. [26], The compilation The Best of Zucchero Sugar Fornaciari's Greatest Hits was released in 1996, shooting into all European charts, up to the number one position in France and Italy, and selling over 3 million copies in Europe. [4][15] After the relative success of Zucchero & The Randy Jackson Band, Fornaciari joined Rustici again in California to work on a follow-up album. È già conosciuto come “Zucchero”, un soprannome datogli da una delle sue maestre di scuola. [27] The world tour included for the first time Australia and Asia. [66], Zucchero and Alejandro Sanz recorded the Italian duet version of Sanz's single "Un Zombie a la Intemperie",[67] and Zucchero performed at his concert in Madrid. 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At the end of 2017, in order to celebrate the thirty-five years old career, Wanted (The Best Collection) was released. The album, which was greatly influenced by American soul music, included guest appearances by Ennio Morricone, Eric Clapton, and blues singer Rufus Thomas; Fornaciari's band by that time included former E-Street Band member David Sancious. In 1992 Fornaciari released the million selling album Miserere. [4][15] His first album, Un po' di Zucchero, was released the same year with moderate success. People in England and America only know me for ballads, but my fast songs are very sarcastic. [9] In November 2007, Fornaciari released a new compilation album All the Best with several new tracks, including a popular cover of Black's "Wonderful Life". [44] In 2009 at Ischia Global Film & Music Fest received the Global Music Award.[45]. In 1992 was invited by Brian May to perform at The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert, with the remaining three members of Queen - Brian May, John Deacon and Roger Taylor, singing "Las Palabras de Amor". [12][13] At a young age, he was the goalkeeper of A.C. Reggiana 1919. In March 2011, after three years, Zucchero started the Chocabeck World Tour, notably with five consecutive concerts at the Arena in Verona. [3][4] His music is largely inspired by gospel, soul, blues and rock music, and alternates between Italian ballads and more rhythmic R&B-boogie-like pieces. Biografia [modifica | modifica wikitesto] Il logo di Zucchero Fornaciari. [22] The "darkness" reflects his intimate personal life from the time when lived in solitude and depression after the divorce. [4] Although as a young songwriter, he had great success, his solo career did not initially reach the same level of success that he and producers had expected. [30], Zucchero performed the Italian versions of the songs from the DreamWorks animated drama Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (2002). 23/04/2016. Fly è il decimo album di inediti del cantante italiano Zucchero Fornaciari, pubblicato il 22 settembre 2006. – Ha una collezione di capelli e ha rivelato di possederne oltre 300. Testi delle Canzoni di Zucchero Incredibile artista italiano. Zucchero cantante: ecco tutto quello che c'è da sapere sul superospite di Sanremo 2017. [69] In October 2015, Fornaciari performed at the Voices for Refugees concert in Vienna, the Europe's first solidarity concert for refugees,[70] in front of an audience of 120,000. [14] He spent most of his childhood in the seaside town of Forte dei Marmi (Province of Lucca, Tuscany). no. [27] He performed for the fundraising Rainforest Foundation in New York,[1] and Zoological Society of Florida, Miami.[28]. Steve Winwood played Hammond on two songs, while Bono wrote the lyrics to the English version of lead single "Blu". En 1997, Zucchero actuó en el Carneggie Hall de Nueva York, donde participó en el Rainforest Benefit junto a artistas tan grandes como Sting, Elton John y Stevie Wonder. [10][11][12][77] He enjoys the Italian countryside lifestyle. Su carrera como autor es más afortunada: escribió alguna canción de éxito para Stefano Sani y para Donatella Milani. [68] For U2's 5 September show in Turin, Zucchero was the special guest and played "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For". In February 1999 in UK was released a duet of "Va Pensiero" along Sinead O'Connor. Fred Bongusto, un campeón de atmósferas románticas para el cual escribió "Me miraste mal", lo animó a seguir esa dirección; también escribió para un joven representante del género melódico, Michele Pecora. [11] He has two daughters Alice and Irene from the first marriage with Angela Figliè,[12][18] and son Adelmo Blue born 1998 with current partner Francesca Mozer. Esta página se editó por última vez el 2 ago 2020 a las 17:37. Cursó estudios en el Instituto técnico industrial de Carrara y, luego, se matriculó en la Facultad de veterinaria. [9] He has collaborated and performed with many famous artists, including Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Brian May, Miles Davis, Ray Charles, B. [39] Produced by Don Was, it included the European hit singles "Bacco perbacco" and "Occhi", and features collaborations with artists such as Ivano Fossati and Jovanotti. [46] The first single in Italy was the song "È Un Peccato Morir", followed by hits "Chocabeck", and "Vedo Nero". Su nombre artístico significa azúcar en italiano y por eso es cantante de rock italiano, aparte de que tuviera una infancia difícil. [37][38], In September 2006 was released million selling studio album Fly, certified 5x Platinum in Italy. Dagli anni ’90 convive con Francesca Mozer , da cui ha avuto il figlio Adelmo Blu . : Vantaggi. In 1994 Zucchero was the only Italian artist to perform at the 25th anniversary edition of the Woodstock festival. I would like to find a way to translate my songs from Italian to English better, because my lyrics are very personal and I use a lot of slang, the typical Italian way to say something. B. Adelmo Fornaciari (Reggio Emilia, Emilia-Romaña, 25 de septiembre de 1955), más conocido como Zucchero, es un compositor y cantante italiano. La storia d’amore con Angela gli ha lasciato ferite profonde: in qualche intervista, ha raccontato che la vita con la donna è … [19] As of 2015 are reported sales of over 8 million copies. Ha venduto, infatti, più di 60 milio… [53][54][55] The concert was organized in the collaboration with both Cuban and Italian Ministries, cultural institutions, with advanced technology brought from Europe, resulting with the biggest foreigner concert in Cuba up to date. [4] He found initial success with a band named Taxi, with whom he won the Castrocaro Music Festival in 1981. [10][12] Elvis Costello co-wrote the track "Miss Mary", U2's Bono was responsible for the English version of the "Miserere", and Paul Buchanan of The Blue Nile co-wrote two tracks. En 2005 salió al mercado su álbum "Zu&Co", un disco de duetos en el que comparte protagonismo con artistas de la talla de Miles Davis, John Lee Hooker, Tom Jones, Sting, Ronan Keating, Cheb Mami, Dolores O'Riordan, Paul Young, Maná, Brian May y otros. [57] Zucchero became the honorary member of the National Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba, recognition received by the Cuban Minister of Culture, Fernando Rojas. [3][4] In 1993 was invited by Dan Aykroyd to perform at House of Blues in celebration of 46th birthday of John Belushi, playing "Diavolo in me" and "You are so beautiful" supported by The Blues Brothers Band. Between 1991 and 1993 Fornaciari continued duetting with some of the world's most famous artists, such as Sting, Luciano Pavarotti, a young Andrea Bocelli (who after the Zucchero's collaboration on "Miserere" started to get growing popularity[23]), Peter Maffay, Elton John, Brian May and Eric Clapton. Zuccheru (pseudonimu di Adelmu Fornaciari, Roncucesi 25 Sattemmre 1955) è un cantante e cantauturi talianu. [39], At the 49th Annual Grammy Awards got nominated for Best Traditional R&B Performance for the song "You Are So Beautiful" along Sam Moore Billy Preston, Eric Clapton, Robert Randolph. In December 2002 at the Italian Music Awards received by FIMI the "Special Award — Italian Artist in the World". He received the premium awards "Premio Pavarotti",[48] and "Giovani di Collisioni". Scopri il vero nome completo di battesimo di Zucchero. Adelmo Fornaciari Cavaliere di Gran Croce OMRI , more commonly known by his stage name Zucchero Fornaciari or simply Zucchero (pronounced [ˈdzukkero, ˈtsuk-]), is an Italian singer-songwriter and musician. Adelmo Fornaciari recebeu o apelido Zucchero ("açúcar") de uma de suas professoras de escola. L’album Chocabeck esce dopo un periodo in cui Zucchero è lontano dalle scene e il nome è dedicato a suo padre e ai difficili inizi della carriera del cantante. internazionale in "Un Zombie A La Intemperie" (VIDEO)", "Alejandro Sanz Concert Special to Air on HBO Latino", "Free World Feed of the Concert "Voices for Refugees" - Europe's First Solidarity Concert for Refugees Produced by PULS 4", "Zucchero Da Record: A Settembre 2016 Dieci Date Di Fila All'Arena Di Verona", "A Maggio 2016 Il Nuovo Album Di Zucchero", "Nuovo disco e tour mondiale per Zucchero", "Zucchero ufficializza la nascita dell'erede", "Zucchero ha adottato due bambini a distanza in Kenya", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Zucchero_Fornaciari&oldid=998170914, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 4 January 2021, at 04:14. — Zucchero, on the advice by record producers to translate songs to English to achieve international popularity.