Italian musicians born in the year 1956

Here are 11 famous musicians from Italy were born in 1956:

Chris Isaak

Chris Isaak (June 26, 1956 Stockton-) otherwise known as Chris Isaac, Chris Issak, Christopher Joseph Isaak, Isaak, Chris or Christopher Joseph "Chris" Isaak is an Italian actor, singer-songwriter, musician, singer and talk show host.

His albums include Silvertone, Chris Isaak, Heart Shaped World, Blue Hotel, San Francisco Days, Solitary Man, Dark Moon, Forever Blue, Somebody's Crying and Baja Sessions. Genres: Pop music, Rock music, Rockabilly, Surf rock, Roots rock, Surf music and Rock and roll.

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Miguel Bosé

Miguel Bosé (April 3, 1956 Panama City-) also known as Miguel Bos, Miguel Bose, Miguel Luchino González Borlani, Luis Miguel Luchino González Borloni, Luis Miguel González Bosè, Luis Miguel Luchino González Borlino, Miguel Dominguín Bosé, Miguel Bosè or Luis Miguel Luchino González Bosé is an Italian singer, actor, songwriter, television director and musician. His children are Tadeo Bosé, Diego Bosé, Ivo Bosé and Telmo Bosé.

His discography includes: Los Chicos No Lloran, Greatest Hits (disc 2), 12 grandes éxitos, Bravo Muchachos Y Sus Grandes Exitos, De ayer a hoy, El disco de oro de Miguel Bosé, Amante Bandido 2000 Remixes, Papito, Lo esencial and Miguel Bosé.

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Gerry Scotti

Gerry Scotti (August 7, 1956 Miradolo Terme-) a.k.a. Virginio Scotti is an Italian actor and presenter. His child is called Edoardo Scotti.

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Savage (November 28, 1956 Massa-) also known as Roberto Zanetti, Robyx or Zanetti is an Italian singer, record producer, businessperson and composer.

His albums: Great Hits, Don't You Want Me, Don't Cry - Greatest Hits, The Best Productions, Volume 3: I Love Savage, Don't Cry Tonight, Tonight, I'm Loosing You, Smile, Only You / Turn Around and Love Is Death. Genres he performed: Eurodance, Italo disco, Synthpop and Electropop.

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Marco Paolini

Marco Paolini (March 5, 1956 Belluno-) is an Italian author, dramaturge, theatre director, actor, screenwriter and film producer.

His albums: Miserabili and Sputi.

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Alessandro Sommella

Alessandro Sommella (April 12, 1956 Naples-) also known as Sommella, Alessandro is an Italian musician and bassist.

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Gianni Togni

Gianni Togni (July 24, 1956 Rome-) also known as Togni, Gianni is an Italian singer, singer-songwriter and film score composer.

His most well known albums: ...e in quel momento, entrando in un teatro vuoto, un pomeriggio vestito di bianco, mi tolgo la giacca, accendo le luci e sul palco m'invento..., Luna, Cari amori miei, Le più belle canzoni, Giulia and . Genres related to him: Pop music.

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Fabio Armiliato

Fabio Armiliato (August 17, 1956 Genoa-) is an Italian actor and opera singer.

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Gianna Nannini

Gianna Nannini (June 14, 1956 Siena-) also known as Nannini, Gianna is an Italian singer-songwriter and musician. She has one child, Penelope Jane Charlotte Nannini.

Her most well known albums: Gianna Nannini, Extravaganza, Le Origini, The best of, Pia, come la canto io, Gianna Best, Die grossen Erfolge, The Collection, Cuore and Una radura. Genres she performed include Rock music, Pop music, Pop rock and Hard rock.

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Vincenzo Zitello

Vincenzo Zitello (December 13, 1956 Italy-) also known as Zitello, Vincenzo is an Italian , .

His most recognized albums: Aforismi d'arpa and La via.

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Stefano Scodanibbio

Stefano Scodanibbio (June 18, 1956 Macerata-January 8, 2012) also known as Scodanibbio, Stefano was an Italian musician and composer.

Discography: Six Duos, Geografia Amorosa, Lazy Afternoon Among the Crocodiles and Reinventions.

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