Lucio Dalla

Real Name:Lucio Dalla

Lucio Dalla was an Italian singer-songwriter, musician and actor, born on March 4th, 1943 in Bologna, Italy. He began his music career in the 1960s as a member of various bands and as a solo artist. Dalla gained widespread recognition in the 1970s with the release of his album "Storie Di Casa Mia" which included the hit single "4 Marzo 1943" a tribute to the victims of a World War II bombing in his hometown.

Throughout his career, Dalla collaborated with many other Italian musicians and artists, including Francesco De Gregori and Gianni Morandi. He also wrote music for films, such as "To Forget Venice" and "The Night of the Shooting Stars".

Dalla's music was known for its versatility and experimentation, incorporating elements of jazz, rock, and pop. He was also known for his distinctive voice and emotive performances. Some of his most famous songs include "Caruso", "Anna e Marco" and "Futura."

Dalla continued to perform and record music until his death in Montreux (Switzerland) on March 1st, 2012, at the age of 68. He remains a beloved figure in Italian music and culture, and his legacy continues to inspire new generations of musicians. , MySpace , Wikipedia , Imdb
Aliases:Domenico Sputo
In Groups:Lucio Dalla E Gli Idoli, Lucio Dalla E Il Suo Complesso, Rheno Dixieland Band, The Flippers (2)
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