Francesco Gabbani, born in Carrara on 9 September 1982, is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist of Italian origin.
Having grown up in a family that still runs a musical instrument shop, cultivating a passion for music appeared very easy from the time he was a child.
At the age of 4, in fact, he started playing the drums while, at 9, he began to devote himself to the guitar and also to the bass and piano, quickly showing his enormous talent.
His artistic career began as a funk, jazz and blues musician.
-In 2011, he released four singles, one of which was taken from the soundtrack of the film L'amore fa male by Mirco Viola.
-In 2016, Francesco Gabbani appeared at Sanremo Giovani with the song Amen, winning the Nuove Proposte category.
-In 2017, Gabbani returned to Sanremo, causing a sensation with his second album from which the famous single Occidentali's Karma was extracted, which allowed him to climb the charts and win the 67th edition of the festival.
-in 2020, he returned to Sanremo, finishing in second position with Viceversa. Gabbani also made his debut on the small screen as a presenter: in 2017, in fact, he hosted the fifth and final edition of the MTV Awards.
-In 2022, he released his latest album entitled 'Volevamo solo essere felici'.