Massimiliano Gazzè, known as Max Gazzè, is a Roman singer-songwriter and bassist born on July 6, 1967.
Max began studying music as a child, first starting with the piano and then with the electronic bass. At 15 he moved to Belgium with his family and began playing in various clubs with various musical groups.
He became a bass player from an early age and began traveling around Europe with various groups of musicians.
Back in Italy, he becomes known nationally after participating in the Sanremo Festival in 1999, with the song "Una musica può fare".
In 2010 the film "Basilicata coast to coast" was released where Max Gazzè composed a song, entitled "Mentre dormi" and won a Donatello for best original song.
In 2013, two of his songs were presented to the Ariston: "I tuoi maledettissimi impegni" and "Sotto casa". With this last song he takes home a gold record and a platinum record.
One of his famous songs is “Pezzo di me” (2017) in collaboration with Levante.
His latest album was released on April 9, 2021, "La matematica dei rami", with the single "Il farmacista" sung in Sanremo.