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December 9, 2022

Ramazzotti brings Latin energy to the stage

Eros Ramazzott performed live in concert at the “Iolanda Balas Soter” Stadium in Bucharest, Saturday evening, offering the couple of thousand fans present a set full of passion and energy including both his hits and songs from his latest album, “Ali e radici”. The Italian singer went on stage at around 9:15 pm, about an hour after opening act Grimus finished their performance. However, he was worth the wait, as the audience was rewarded with a very energetic performance during which Ramazzotti mixed his hits with newer songs. “Good evening Bucharest! How are you doing? Are there any beautiful girls here?” this is how Ramazzotti greeted the public that filled the venue near its full capacity. The audience answered with loud applause that would not stop even during songs.

Aside from his commercial success, Ramazzotti proved in Bucharest – if he still needed doing so – that he really lived his music during his near two-hour concert, given the positive vibes of his passionate performance transmitted to the public, whether his fans or not. Among the songs, he performed, “Fuoco nel fuoco”, “Una storia importante”, “Un’altra te”, “Parla con me”, Quanto amore sei”, “Cose della vita”, “Se bastasse una canzone” and “Piu bella cosa”. At the end of the concert, Ramazzotti thanked the audience in Romanian, and, along with his band, said goodbye to the audience.

Ramazzotti’s Bucharest show was part of the Ali e radici – World Tour 2009 – 2010”, which kicked off in Rimini, Italy, on October 21, 2009, supporting his latest record, “Ali e Radici”. Among the best known songs of the 46-year-old Italian singer, “Se bastasse una canzone”, “Un’altra te” and “Terra promessa”. During his 25-year career, Ramazzotti has sold over 40 million records.

Over time, the Italian star performed duets with such celebrated artists as Cher, Tina Turner, Andrea Bocelli, Patsy Kensit, Anastacia, Joe Cocker, Luciano Pavarotti, Laura Pausini and Ricky Martin.

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