The tour of Elio of the group Elio e le Storie Tese stops in Sicily with the show dedicated to Enzo Jannacci entitled "It takes an ear", a famous song by the Milanese singer-songwriter.
After Catania and Palermo, on February 18 his show will stop in Marsala at the Teatro Impero, where tickets are already running out.
And yes, because the show is truly delicious and represents a devoted tribute to Enzo Jannacci who passed away just ten years ago and it is natural for Elio, who has an authentic passion for him, to dedicate a show to him in his own way that weaves together different styles and tones.
After all, Elio has always accustomed us from the beginning, but even better since his consecration at the Sanremo Festival in 1996 with the "Land of persimmons" to an eccentric and personal style.
The rest of the group will not be present because this is a totally personal show by Elio, where he has taken care of every minimum artistic detail.
To accompany Elio on this musical journey back in time in the history of Italian music according to Jannacci there will be a musical group that will perform a vast musical repertoire that has been able to perfectly tell the Milan not of the living rooms but of the suburbs of the 60s and 70s.
What does Elio have to do with Enzo Jannacci? First of all Elio was also born in Milan and then like Jannacci Elio loves playing with songs, playing the tumbler to music, having fun and performing at the same time, because Elio is like Jannacci and loves to laugh and have fun taking himself not too seriously also because Elio he has a somewhat different concept of seriousness from the others, because he usually likes to say that anyone who doesn´t laugh is not a serious person.
(Texts Giuseppe Puglia)
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