The Italian artist Zucchero will have two concerts in Romania, namely in Cluj ad Bucharest, on November 12 and 14.
“Since 1970, Zucchro have drawn the public’s attention with hits that it’s impossible for you not to hear at least once: “Baila Morena”, “Senza una donna”, “Il volo”, “Diamante”, etc. Two months ago the artist released his last album, “Black Cat”, which he is going to promote in this autumn by a tournament which covers 30 big European cities, as well as by other 10 concerts held only in Verona. In the last part of the European tournament, Zucchero will arrive also in Romania, at the Polyvalent Hall in Cluj, on November 12, and at the Palace Hall in Bucharest, on November 14, 2016”, according to a press release quoted by Agerpress.
Zucchero has revolutionized the Italian music, by introducing the blues in his country, then making the Italian rock to be an important landmark in Europe.
The “Black Cat” album is already placed on the first three positions within the charts in Italy, Austria and Switzerland, especially because it involved collaborations with artists coming from the new wave, such as Avicii for the song called “Ten more days”, or Bono for “Streets of Surrender”.
Zucchero, on his real name Adelmo Fornaciari, have conquered the world along more than four decades of musical career, selling over 50 million albums and thus becoming one of the best sold Italian singers. Among others, he collaborated with Luciano Pavarotti, Elton John, Bono, Andrea Bocelli, Joe Cocker and Ray Charles.