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Gianni Nazzaro


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Gianni Nazzaro (Naples, Italy, 27 August 1948) is an Italian singer and actor.

His artistic debut came in 1965. Using the pseudonym Buddy, he successfully imitated the voices of Bobby Solo, Adriano Celentano, Gianni Morandi, and other artists.

The end of this period came with Disco per l’Estate in 1968, with the song “Solo Noi”.

He won the Festival di Napoli in 1970 with “Me chiamme ammore”. In 1972 and in 1974 he was given first place at Disco per l’Estate with “Quanto e’ bella lei” and “Questo si’ che e’ amore”.


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