Friday 23 August 2019

Eros Ramazzotti tribute artist to perform live at Bay Street


The Italian Job restaurant, in collaboration with Bay Street, is presenting the Eros Ramazzotti Tribute concert, a free music event, on Saturday, 13 September, 2014.

This tribute concert, in honour of the world-renowned Italian singer, with record sales of 55 million albums to his credit, starts at 9.30 p.m. at the Bay Street Arena, Level 0, where a large crowd is expected. The management of The Italian Job will also give the public the opportunity to meet the band at an after party being held at The Italian Job on Level 2.

The singer of Più Bella Cosa was born in Cinecittà, the movie district of Rome, in 1968, and always showed a natural passion for music from his early childhood by writing songs and playing the piano and the guitar. Having failed the admission examination of the Musical Conservatory, he broke on the Italian and international music scene at the Sanremo Song Festival in 1984.

Since then he has imposed his own style for the past three decades, both on the Italian and international scenes, through many hits which are etched into the memories of several generations of fans from Europe to Latin America.

“Generations of Maltese grew up with his songs, many of which remain classics. So it is a great honour for us, as management of The Italian Job, with the collaboration of Bay Street, to pay tribute to this monument of the Italian music and Latin pop scenes that Eros Ramazzotti has dominated for three decades,” the Directors of The Italian Job said.

Who better to pay this tribute than the Italian Eros Ramazzotti tribute band, Dove c’è la musica? Formed in Milan, the band has been cranking out tour after tour around Italy for the past five years, performing the Italian star’s greatest hits – from Adesso tu to I belong to you, including Una storia importante, Terra promessa and Un angelo disteso al sole.

Dove c’è la musica can attribute this success to the great vocal resemblance of their lead singer, Paolo, and the talent of the musicians and singers who back him up.

For more information telephone 2138 0600 or go to the Bay Street Facebook page

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