Giuliano Sangiorgi

Singer, Musical Artist

1979 –

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Who is Giuliano Sangiorgi?

Giuliano Sangiorgi is one of the leading and most eclectic young Italian artist, who has gained increasing fame both as singer, songwriter, composer and together with his rock band Negramaro

Giuliano collaborates with the most important Italian artists and with many film directors.

Moreover he has recently made his literary debut with an acclaimed thriller novel, “Lo Spacciatore di Carne”.

He formed Negramaro’s band in 1999: six musicians from Lecce who have become a breakthrough act in the Italian pop-rock music scene.

Here below some more details about Negramaro’s career:

The first album “000577” featured Corrado Rustici as Artistic Producer

Giuliano Sangiorgi composed “Le parole che non ti ho detto” recorded by Andrea Bocelli in his album “Andrea”

“Mentre tutto scorre” the first single from their second homonym album, was used as end titles for “La Febbre”, Alessandro D’Alatri’s movie, for which Sangiorgi wrote 7 more songs

In 2005 the band shared the stage with Oasis at Heineken Jammin' Festival and joined LIVE 8 in Rome.

Negramaro won Best Italian Act at Europe Music Awards 2005, in Lisbona

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Jan 24, 1979
  • Italy

on July 23, 2013


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