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Biography

In the Reggiano dialect “choka” means “make a noise” and “beck” means “beak”.

“It was an expression my father used when I was a child. Whenever I asked him if there was anything to eat, rather than tell me there was nothing, he would say “A ghe di chocabeck” – “There’s chocabeck”.

“For ages I thought these “chocabecks” were really good to eat. I’m still looking forward to having some !!!”

Zucchero 2010

Adelmo Fornaciari, better known to the world as Zucchero a nickname given to him by one of his school teachers has achieved world wide acclaim since winning the Italian Castrocaro Festival ... Read more

In the Reggiano dialect “choka” means “make a noise” and “beck” means “beak”.

“It was an expression my father used when I was a child. Whenever I asked him if there was anything to eat, rather than tell me there was nothing, he would say “A ghe di chocabeck” – “There’s chocabeck”.

“For ages I thought these “chocabecks” were really good to eat. I’m still looking forward to having some !!!”

Zucchero 2010

Adelmo Fornaciari, better known to the world as Zucchero a nickname given to him by one of his school teachers has achieved world wide acclaim since winning the Italian Castrocaro Festival in 1981.

Zucchero has performed in front of millions of people in many countries on different continents. However the emotion in Zucchero’s words and the feeling in his music is something that we all share, it is international. There are no boundaries.

His 1987 album ‘Blue’s’ with Corrado Rustici, David Sancious plus Clarence Clemons and the Memphis Horns sold in excess of 1.3 million copies and was the biggest commercial breakthrough ever achieved by a rock music album in Italy. Since then Zucchero has gone on to sell over 50 million albums worldwide.

His duet’s are legendary from Eric Clapton’s unmistakable guitar on ‘Wonderful World’’ to the international hit ‘Senza Una Donna’ (Without a Woman) with Paul Young. From the Italian version of ‘Mad about You ’, (Muoio per te) on Sting’s ‘The Soul Cages’ album to ‘Miserere’ with the Maestro, Luciano Pavarotti.

Zucchero is as generous with his time as with his talent. With Luciano Pavarotti he devised the Pavarotti & Friends charity gala which is now an annual event and he continues to support Nelson Mandela’s 46664 campaign with concerts throughout the world.

November 2010 sees the release of ‘Chocabeck’, already hailed as one of the best, if not the best album ever written by Zucchero. Recorded across the Globe including stints in Los Angeles, Bolgheri, and London the album features production from some of music’s best known alumni including Don Was (The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, and Roy Orbison) and Brendan O’Brien (AC/DC, Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam). Additional production also comes from people who were at the helm of the incredibly successful last Coldplay record (Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends) messrs Jon Hopkins and Davide Rossi. Featuring some of Zucchero’s most poignant and touching lyrics he also managed to enlist the assistance of his good friends Bono (who the lyrics for the track ‘Someone Else’s Tears’ ((Il Suono Della Domenica)) and Brian Wilson (who recorded backing vocals for the title track). With this new record Zucchero opens up a new chapter in his illustrious and coveted career.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

In the Reggiano dialect “choka” means “make a noise” and “beck” means “beak”.

“It was an expression my father used when I was a child. Whenever I asked him if there was anything to eat, rather than tell me there was nothing, he would say “A ghe di chocabeck” – “There’s chocabeck”.

“For ages I thought these “chocabecks” were really good to eat. I’m still looking forward to having some !!!”

Zucchero 2010

Adelmo Fornaciari, better known to the world as Zucchero a nickname given to him by one of his school teachers has achieved world wide acclaim since winning the Italian Castrocaro Festival in 1981.

Zucchero has performed in front of millions of people in many countries on different continents. However the emotion in Zucchero’s words and the feeling in his music is something that we all share, it is international. There are no boundaries.

His 1987 album ‘Blue’s’ with Corrado Rustici, David Sancious plus Clarence Clemons and the Memphis Horns sold in excess of 1.3 million copies and was the biggest commercial breakthrough ever achieved by a rock music album in Italy. Since then Zucchero has gone on to sell over 50 million albums worldwide.

His duet’s are legendary from Eric Clapton’s unmistakable guitar on ‘Wonderful World’’ to the international hit ‘Senza Una Donna’ (Without a Woman) with Paul Young. From the Italian version of ‘Mad about You ’, (Muoio per te) on Sting’s ‘The Soul Cages’ album to ‘Miserere’ with the Maestro, Luciano Pavarotti.

Zucchero is as generous with his time as with his talent. With Luciano Pavarotti he devised the Pavarotti & Friends charity gala which is now an annual event and he continues to support Nelson Mandela’s 46664 campaign with concerts throughout the world.

November 2010 sees the release of ‘Chocabeck’, already hailed as one of the best, if not the best album ever written by Zucchero. Recorded across the Globe including stints in Los Angeles, Bolgheri, and London the album features production from some of music’s best known alumni including Don Was (The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, and Roy Orbison) and Brendan O’Brien (AC/DC, Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam). Additional production also comes from people who were at the helm of the incredibly successful last Coldplay record (Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends) messrs Jon Hopkins and Davide Rossi. Featuring some of Zucchero’s most poignant and touching lyrics he also managed to enlist the assistance of his good friends Bono (who the lyrics for the track ‘Someone Else’s Tears’ ((Il Suono Della Domenica)) and Brian Wilson (who recorded backing vocals for the title track). With this new record Zucchero opens up a new chapter in his illustrious and coveted career.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

In the Reggiano dialect “choka” means “make a noise” and “beck” means “beak”.

“It was an expression my father used when I was a child. Whenever I asked him if there was anything to eat, rather than tell me there was nothing, he would say “A ghe di chocabeck” – “There’s chocabeck”.

“For ages I thought these “chocabecks” were really good to eat. I’m still looking forward to having some !!!”

Zucchero 2010

Adelmo Fornaciari, better known to the world as Zucchero a nickname given to him by one of his school teachers has achieved world wide acclaim since winning the Italian Castrocaro Festival in 1981.

Zucchero has performed in front of millions of people in many countries on different continents. However the emotion in Zucchero’s words and the feeling in his music is something that we all share, it is international. There are no boundaries.

His 1987 album ‘Blue’s’ with Corrado Rustici, David Sancious plus Clarence Clemons and the Memphis Horns sold in excess of 1.3 million copies and was the biggest commercial breakthrough ever achieved by a rock music album in Italy. Since then Zucchero has gone on to sell over 50 million albums worldwide.

His duet’s are legendary from Eric Clapton’s unmistakable guitar on ‘Wonderful World’’ to the international hit ‘Senza Una Donna’ (Without a Woman) with Paul Young. From the Italian version of ‘Mad about You ’, (Muoio per te) on Sting’s ‘The Soul Cages’ album to ‘Miserere’ with the Maestro, Luciano Pavarotti.

Zucchero is as generous with his time as with his talent. With Luciano Pavarotti he devised the Pavarotti & Friends charity gala which is now an annual event and he continues to support Nelson Mandela’s 46664 campaign with concerts throughout the world.

November 2010 sees the release of ‘Chocabeck’, already hailed as one of the best, if not the best album ever written by Zucchero. Recorded across the Globe including stints in Los Angeles, Bolgheri, and London the album features production from some of music’s best known alumni including Don Was (The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, and Roy Orbison) and Brendan O’Brien (AC/DC, Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam). Additional production also comes from people who were at the helm of the incredibly successful last Coldplay record (Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends) messrs Jon Hopkins and Davide Rossi. Featuring some of Zucchero’s most poignant and touching lyrics he also managed to enlist the assistance of his good friends Bono (who the lyrics for the track ‘Someone Else’s Tears’ ((Il Suono Della Domenica)) and Brian Wilson (who recorded backing vocals for the title track). With this new record Zucchero opens up a new chapter in his illustrious and coveted career.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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