The Auditorium Parco della Musica Ennio Morricone hosts the extraordinary concert of the legendary Italian band who returns to the stage to celebrate sixty years of an extraordinary musical history.
The Emilian pop rock group is the longest-lived in Italy, second in the world only to the Rolling Stones: it was in 1963 that the first formation, with Augusto Daolio's voice, passed away in 1992, made its debut. In 1965, the Nomadi released their first single, Donna la prima donna, followed by unforgettable songs such as Dio è morto and Canzone per un'amica, born from the collaboration with Francesco Guccini, and the timeless Io vagabondo (1972), combining through the years a unique sound with social commitment and conquering entire generations.
A career that, despite the band members changes, has been unstoppable: over 15 million copies sold, highly successful live shows with exceptional numbers, numerous tribute bands and over one hundred fan clubs throughout Italy.
Immagine: Auditorium Parco della Musica Official Website
Tuesday 28 November at 9pm