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Fabrizio De André

Fabrizio De André (February 18, 1940 Pegli-January 11, 1999 Città Studi) otherwise known as Fabrizio de André, Fabrizio De Andrè, Fabrizio De Andre', f. de andre, Fabrizio De Andre or Fabrizio Cristiano De André was an Italian singer-songwriter, lyricist and writer. He had two children, Cristiano De André and Luisa Vittoria De André.

His discography includes: Fabrizio De André, Il viaggio, Mi innamoravo di tutto, Tutto Fabrizio De André, Da Genova, Le nuvole, La canzone di Marinella, In direzione ostinata e contraria, De André in concerto and Fabrizio De André in concerto - Arrangiamenti PFM Vol. 2°. Genres: Folk music, Pop music, Folk rock, Chanson and World music.

Fabrizio De André was born in Pegli, a seaside suburb of Genoa, Italy. He started his musical career in the early 1960s and rose to prominence in the 1970s as one of the most important and influential Italian singer-songwriters of his generation. With his poetic and expressive lyrics, he tackled social and political issues and became known for his insightful commentary on the human condition.

De André often collaborated with other artists, such as the progressive rock band Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM), and experimented with different musical genres, including folk, pop, rock, and world music. He was also an accomplished writer, having written several books, including Storia di un impiegato (Story of a White-Collar Worker), which was turned into a concept album and became one of his most famous works.

De André died in Milan in 1999 at the age of 58, leaving behind a legacy of timeless music that continues to inspire and influence artists around the world. He is widely regarded as one of Italy's greatest singer-songwriters of all time.

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