Sanremo 2016: All about the Pooh

Sanremo 2016: All about the Pooh

Pooh will be guests at Sanremo 2016. This famous group will be celebrated and will see the historical components that made the history of the complex go on stage

Pooh made the history of Italian music. After 50 years of activity, they will meet for the last time during the 2016 Sanremo Italian Song Festival.

The Pooh group was born in 1966 and, to date, is among the longest-running bands in the history of music, worldwide. In addition, it has sold over 100 million records worldwide.
Their musical genre, in 50 years of history, has ranged from pop, rock and beat.
They released 50 albums, divided into 31 unreleased, 5 live and 14 collections of great hits.

The historical formation of the band is composed of Red Canzian (voice, bass, guitar, recorder, cello, electric double bass), Stefano D'Orazio (voice, drums, percussion, transverse flute), Dodi Battaglia (voice, guitars) and Roby Facchinetti (vocals, keyboards, synths), but in the past a very famous singer like Riccardo Fogli has also been part of the complex.
The initial members of the group were Bob Gillot, Gilberto Faggioli, Mauro Bertoli, Mario Goretti and Valerio Negrini.

On September 28, 2015, after 50 years of success around the world, the Pooh communicated, during a press conference, that they had made the decision to definitively dissolve in 2016.
Their long history will end with 4 concerts (San Siro Stadium in Milan: 10-11 June 2016; Rome Olympic Stadium: 15 June; San Filippo di Messina Stadium: 18 June).

They will also be guests at the next and upcoming Sanremo Festival, which will be held from 9 to 13 February 2016, where they will sing some of their most famous songs. The Pooh won in 1990 with one of their biggest hits, "Solo Men". In 2011 they also received a plaque on the Strada del Festival di Sanremo, in Via Matteotti, dedicated to that victory.
Among the various awards we also find 14 Telegatti and the appointment in 1986 of Knights of the Italian Republic.
In 2006, on the occasion of the world football championships, the Pooh were chosen to record the anthem of the Italian national team, entitled "Blue Heart".
Song that, it seems, has brought luck to ours to the blues, given the final victory.

Among their most famous songs we remember:
– A great desire for her
– Thought
– The two of us in the world and in the soul
– Parsifal
– Just give me a minute
– Who will stop the music
– Lonely men.

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