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Max Gazzè


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Max is a bass player and songwriter from Rome, Italy. His music can be described as cerebral pop. His songs, though deceptively easy listening, have a sophisticated construction. His lyrics, often written by or in collaboration with his brother (a published poet), are also remarkable for their irony and complexity. He sings mainly in Italian.

Before his recording career, Max gained an extensive experience as a bass player, playing for years in different venues across Italy and Europe (Belgium, etc. ). His first record Contro Un’Onda Del Mare (1996) was not particularly successful, but afterward he reached fame with a string of singles in which he collaborated with other well-known musicians in Italy. The song Vento d’estate in collaboration with Niccolò Fabi, was a summer success in 1998. Other successful singles were Colloquium vitae with the participation of singer Mao, L’Amore Pensato with the participation of Daniele Silvestri, Cara Valentina and La Favola Di Adamo Ed Eva. Eventually, he received greater fame by participating to the Italian Pop Contest “Festival di San Remo” where he performed his single Una Musica Può Fare. All these singles eventually appeared in his album La favola di Adamo ed Eva published first in 1998 and probably his greatest success.

His third album, Gadzilla, is released in March 2000, followed by extremely successful, non-stop tour of Italy.


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