Tazenda is an Italian ethnic pop-rock band. The group was formed in Sardinia in 1988 by Andrea Parodi, Gigi Camedda and Gino Marielli. The group's music is characterized by the influence from traditional Sardinian folk music; the lyrics of most of its songs are in the Logudorese dialect of the Sardinian language rather than in Italian.
Kenze Neke are an influential Sardinian rock band. They sang in Sardinian and were politically committed to Sardinian independence from Italy. Musically, their major influences were from bands like The Clash and Anthrax, but they were also inspired by Sardinian traditional music. They never signed a deal with any label, keeping their independence in managing and producing their music.
Maria Carta (Siligo, Sassari, June 24, 1934 - Rome, September 22, 1994) was a Sardinian folk music singer-songwriter. She also performed in film and theater and wrote a poetry book, Ritual Song, in 1975.