Eugenio Finardi

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About Eugenio Finardi

The son of an Italian sound engineer and an American singer, Eugenio Finardi was born in Milan on July 16, 1952. His first official release was the 1961 single "Palloncino Rosso Rosso," a song for children followed one year later by the contributions to a couple of similar compilations. Following the suggestion of Area's singer Demetrio Stratos, he signed with Cramps, and in 1975 released Non Gettate Alcun Oggetto dal Finestrino, an interesting blend of rock and political awareness. A period of time spent in the States inspired 1987's Dolce Italia, followed two years later by the interesting Il Vento di Elora.

Milan, Italy
July 16, 1952

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