International multiplatinum recording artist Patrizio Buanne has taken the world by storm with CDs of his original and old sexy ballads or up-tempo tunes, all rooted in the pop traditions (not pop-opera!) of his Southern Italian homeland, earning him the title:
“The Ambassador of Dolce Vita” or “the Neapolitan pop crooner”
Particularly known for his powerful voice as well as his engaging and spectacular performance, the young Neapolitan crooner, Patrizio Buanne, has developed legions of fans across the globe and has earned a well deserved reputation as one of the world’s most unique performers.
For over a decade he has been selling out theatres in Europe as well as in Australia, Asia, South Africa, Russia and also the US-where he has been recording his latest CD and videos which are heralding a new era for the young Neapolitan in the United States.
Performing on one side many of his greatest hits including “Forever begins tonight”, “Un Angelo” or “Solo tu My Baby”, he adds spirited interpretations of timeless pop standards from the Italian songbook that became known as his trade mark such as “Il Mondo”, “Mambo Italiano” or “Dicitenciello vuie” -that will get you romantic or dancing off your seat.
Since the very beginning Patrizio has been researching for that same, timeless quality in a song where the sentiments convey in a credible way and Patrizio interprets those with his own romantic but European approach.
Patrizio Buanne has performed for such luminaries as The Pope, Royal Families, a US President and numerous other celebrities, but what quality really separates Patrizio Buanne from other great artists? Is it the natural grace of his voice, the “rugged” good looks, or the confident, casual, respectful attention that he gives to his audience? Or is it just the basic trust he evokes in people?
The music industry has provided a simple description to all of the above:
“This kid’s got it”
Not to be missed "Viva La Dolce Vita"
“This international singing sensation is going to be around a very long time so learn the face, learn the voice, learn the name…PATRIZIO!” – Larry King