Real Name:
I Nomadi
Nomadi (or I Nomadi, meaning "Nomads") is an Italian band formed in 1963 and still present on the music scene.

In 1961 Beppe Carletti and Leonardo Manfredini formed the group I Monelli (‘Urchins’). In 1962 Carletti met Franco Midilli, guitarist of the group Novellara, who joined them in Monelli. In 1963 Franco Midilli introduced Augusto Daolio to Beppe Carletti and he too joined the group. In that year the band’s name was changed to Nomadi.

I Nomadi of Augusto Daolio
I Nomadi sprung from one of the most fervent periods of the Italian music scene: the sixties. In those years an economic boom revealed an Italy economically enriched but already socially impoverished. Tens, if not hundreds, of groups appeared and disappeared attempting to express the voice of a youth who felt repressed by a society still permeated with antiquated conventions.
The original 1963 formation of six was founded in Reggio Emilia: Augusto Daolio (vocals), Beppe Carletti (keyboards), Franco Midili (guitar), Leonardo Manfredini (drums), Gualtiero Gelmini (sax), Antonio Campari (bass). In the same year Nomadi were signed by Frankfurt Bar in Riccione.
Franco Midilli had to leave the group that summer for compulsory military service. As often happens, the lineup changed frequently: in 1964 Madfredini left after the death of his parents; so did Campari and Gelmini, who were replaced by Gabriele ‘Bila’ Copellini on drums and Gianni Coron on bass.
In 1965 they released their first 45", featuring the song "Donna, la Prima Donna" ("Woman, the First Woman") and "Giorni Tristi" ("Sad Days") with the collaboration of De Ponti and of Odoardo Veroli (known as Dodo) as writer and composer.
Their first hit was 1966's "Come potete giudicar" (How Can You Judge, which was actually the cover of Sonny Bono's "The Revolution Kind"), anthem of the Italian beat generation, which exemplifies the clash between hippies and conservatives. In the wake of this success i Nomadi came into contact with a young and then unknown writer, Francesco Guccini, who would go on to give them other successes: "Noi non ci saremo" ("We Won't Be There"), "Dio è morto" ("God is Dead"), "Canzone per un'amica" ("Song for a Friend").
Their great success continued in the following years. Hits included "Io Vagabondo" ("I, Vagabond"), "Un pugno di sabbia" ("A Fistful of Sand"), "Un giorno insieme" ("One Day Together"), "Tutto a posto" ("Everything Settled"), "Voglio ridere" ("I Want to Laugh").
I Nomadi's political commitment is particularly evident in some songs such as "Primavera di Praga" ("Prague Spring"), written by Guccini and dedicated to Czech student Jan Palach.

The "new" Nomadi
In 1990 Cico Falzone and Daniele Campani joined the group, on guitar and drums respectively. In 1992 bass player Dante Pergreffi was killed in a car crash on May 14 and then, on October 7, Augusto Daolio, the band's frontman and icon, died of an aggressive form of lung cancer. Despite the shock and despair of their many fans, the group decided to continue with Danilo Sacco doing vocals, Francesco Gualerzi on wind and vocals and Elisa Minari on bass. Gualerzi and Minari left the group at the end of 1997 and were replaced by Massimo Vecchi and Andrea Pozzoli, who took part in the summer tour of that year and was then replaced by Sergio Reggioli, enchanting on violin. The new lineup convinced the fans and Nomadi continue even now to release new albums.

At the end of the tour 2011, the singer Danilo Sacco left the band. In February 25, 2012 the new singer, Cristiano Turato, is presented in Novellara , on the occasion of the twentieth Tribute to Augusto Daolio.

On march 02,2017 ANSA writes:
I Nomadi changing again singer. The band will have tomorrow a new vocalist, Yuri Cilloni that will replace Cristiano Turato.
The new singer will debut tomorrow (03.03.2017) in Domodossola.


Nomadi Discography Tracks


I Nomadi* Per Quando Noi Non Ci Saremo (Album) Columbia Italy 1967 Sell This Version
I Nomadi* I Nomadi (Album) Columbia Italy 1968 Sell This Version
Nomadi Mille E Una Sera (Album, Comp) EMI Italy 1971 Sell This Version
I Nomadi* I Nomadi Cantano Guccini (Comp) Columbia Italy 1973 Sell This Version
I Nomadi* Un Giorno Insieme (Album) Columbia Italy 1973 Sell This Version
I Nomadi* Canzoni D'oltremanica E D'oltreoceano (Album) Emidisc (2) Italy 1974 Sell This Version
I Nomadi* Tutto A Posto (Album, Comp) Columbia Italy 1974 Sell This Version
Nomadi I Nomadi Interpretano Guccini (Album) Columbia Italy 1974 Sell This Version
I Nomadi* Gordon (Album) Columbia Italy 1975 Sell This Version
I Nomadi* Noi Ci Saremo (Album) EMI Italy 1977 Sell This Version
I Nomadi* Naracauli E Altre Storie (Album) EMI Italy 1978 Sell This Version
Francesco Guccini & I Nomadi* Francesco Guccini & I Nomadi* - Album Concerto (Album) EMI Italy 1979 Sell This Version
I Nomadi* Sempre Nomadi (Album) CGD Italy 1981 Sell This Version
I Nomadi* Ancora Una Volta Con Sentimento (Album) CGD Italy 1982 Sell This Version
I Nomadi* Ci Penserà Poi Il Computer (Album) Nomadi Europe 1985 Sell This Version
I Nomadi* Quando Viene Sera (Album) Nomadi Italy 1986 Sell This Version
Nomadi Nomadi In Concerto (Album) CGD Italy 1987 Sell This Version
Nomadi Nomadi In Concerto Vol. 2 (Album) CGD Germany 1987 Sell This Version
Nomadi Ancora Nomadi (Album) CGD Italy 1988 Sell This Version
Nomadi Solo Nomadi (Album) CGD Italy 1990 Sell This Version
Nomadi Gente Come Noi (Album) CGD Germany 1991 Sell This Version
17113 I Nomadi* I Nomadi(LP, Album, Num, RE) EMI 17113 Italy 1991 Sell This Version
Nomadi Contro (Album) CGD Germany 1993 Sell This Version
Nomadi La Settima Onda (Album) CGD Germany 1994 Sell This Version
Nomadi Lungo Le Vie Del Vento (Album) CGD East West Germany 1995 Sell This Version