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Jovanotti on tour in Bologna
12
Jun
Jovanotti on tour in Bologna

The Backup Tour – Lorenzo negli stadi 2013, the last Jovanotti tour, arrives at the Bologna Stadium Dall’Ara, the next June 15th.

The tournée was born after his last work, ‘Backup – Lorenza 1987-2012′, published on November 27th: all his artistic career with cult songs, un published songs, like the hit ‘Tensione Evolutiva’, duets, remix. The cover is by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpalo Ferrari, Gabriele Muccino is the director of the videoclip ‘Tensione Evolutiva’. Jovanotti, born Lorenzo Cherubini in 1966 in Rome, was launched by Claudio Cecchetto, in 1987, as dj at Radio Deejay and as vj on Deejay Television. On April 1987, was published his first single ‘Walking’. The year after arrives his first album ‘Jovanotti for president’. In 1989 Jovanotti went to Sanremo Festival with ‘Vasco’, song in his first album in italian language, ‘La mia moto’ that sold 600.000 discs. In 1990 arrives ‘Giovani Jovanotti’, sill in rap style but with some anticipation of the turning point that will be with ‘Una tribù che balla’: the songs of this album hide the themes of social and political commitment that will be so important during all his music career. The next albums are ‘Lorenzo 1992” ‘Lorenzo 1994′, ‘Lorenzo 1990-1995′ and various collaboration, like that one with Zucchero or Gianna Nannini, for example. In 1997 the is another turning point with ‘L’albero’, where ethnic music and worldmusic are mixed with ideological contents. In 1999 arrives ‘Capo Horn’. In 2000, Jovanotti come back in Sanremo singing ‘Cancella il debito’, together with Carlinhos Brown. The 2002 is the year of ‘Il quinto mondo’, the 2005 of ‘Buon Sangue’ and the 2008 of ‘Safari’. In 2010 Jovanotti won the David of Dnatello for the best original soundtrack with ‘Baciami ancora’. In 2011 come out ‘Ora’ and in 2012 ‘Lorenzo in concerto per Jonpvanotti e Orchestra’ and ‘Backup – Lorenzo 1987-2012′ to celebrate the 25 years of musical career. Jovanotti, also, wrote 4 books: ‘Yo’, ‘Cherubini’, ‘Il grande boh!’ e ‘Viva tutto’.