Press Release: The living legend's only concert in the Czech Republic!
This living legend has released 16 albums and sold many millions of records. He's been compared to Joe Cocker and Chris Rea and now Adelmo Fornaciari (his real name) is coming to our country to delight Czech fans with new arrangements of his biggest hits.
Zucchero's concerts are famous for electrifying audiences right from the start. His performances are an amazing experience; a combination of Italian energy and extraordinary musicianship. There's no one who could remain calm during one of his shows. Zucchero immediately establishes a connection with the public and enjoys their presence. From his reaction it's obvious how satisfying and enjoyable he finds live performance and contact with an audience.
His music is a combination of various genres -- from blues to rock, making use of elements of modern electronic music. Above all else, he's famous for his romantic ballads, and has written many captivating songs that are known around the world: Mama, Senza una donna, Diamante, Baila (Sexy Thing)...
Zucchero is also happy to cooperate with other artists, including such well respected stars as Paul Young, Eric Clapton (with whom he also toured), Luciano Pavarotti, Elton John, Bono, John Lee Hooker, Sting, and Andrea Bocelli.
"It takes an Italian to make people have so much fun... When Zucchero sang Baila Morena and then Senza una donna, the applause was tremendous. It's one of those concerts that you can't miss." (Der Spiegel)
"Zucchero is a living legend of entertainment. His songs are masterpieces. In every note you can hear the perfectionism and professionalism of this artist." (The Sun)
"The fact that he collaborated with so many great artists from the contemporary music scene proves how diverse and extraordinary his music and talent are." (Le Figaro)
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