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The new single by Italian singer Angelo Seretti, written together with Bobby Solo, is now available. Angelo Seretti is an Italian crooner who sings in five languages and has just presented his new song.

Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy Jun 4, 2024 (Issuewire.com) – Crooners are those singers who perform using a soft singing style achieved with microphones that bring out a wide dynamic range and allow for a more personal tone of voice. Notable representatives of this style have been Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Dean Martin, and more recently Tony Hadley and Michael Buble.

Seretti began his career with performances in Italy and abroad, receiving good feedback from the public. Television appearances followed, where he sang on the same stage as internationally renowned artists such as Amedeo Minghi, Mariella Nava, Bobby Solo, and many others. In 2015, “Let It Be Me,” the duet in English with Italo-Disco star George Aaron, was released. In 2017, he managed to place his song “Bye Bye City” in the TOP 20 of the European Euro Indie Music chart. In 2019, he even reached first place in the same ranking with the visionary song “Escape from Planet Earth.”

After the Covid hiatus, Angelo decided to take a little break from the scene, although he continued to perform in various venues. His new song “Zucchere” is out now. It is a truly romantic song, performed in English, in a style typical of a crooner.

The musical part is the work of the great Bobby Solo, while the lyrics were written by Angelo. “I consider myself only an interpreter, even though I wanted to try writing this song, a love story lived, unfortunately, at a distance,” he explained. The recording and arrangement were done by Massimo Passon at the Master Studio in Udine, where Angelo will record other songs in the coming weeks, some of which are unreleased.

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