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Fabrizio Faniello

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Floriana, Malta (1998 – present)

Fabrizio Faniello (born April 27, 1981 in Floriana, Malta) is a Maltese pop singer. He represented Malta at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2001 and 2006. He is seen by many as Malta’s hope in its fledgling experimental electronica scene, contributing to many international compilations and collaborating with well known artists as diverse as Jim O’Rourke, Fennesz, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Richard D. James and Masami Akita.

Fabrizio Faniello is the eldest of three children born to Vincenzo and Anna Faniello. He has two younger sisters, Claudia and Miriana. Claudia is also a singer and has performed in various Maltese festivals already, including the Malta Song For Europe 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2010. Claudia also put up a show in Reggio di Calabria.

Faniello discovered his passion for music at an early age. His teacher advised him to take vocal lessons. However, Faniello was also interested in playing soccer. In 1997 he played for one year in Turin. When he was 16 however, he chose to make music his profession and returned to Malta. In the meantime he has released 3 successful albums and several singles. Although he has seen the most success in Malta, his singles and albums have been released in many other European countries. He scored a Top 10 hit with “The Whistle Hit” in Sweden in 2004, followed by another small chart hit “Bye Baby Bye Bye” in Sweden in 2005.

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