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For the first time together on tour! The singer-songwriter Tiziana Manenti, the Christian performer Roberto Bignoli and the Milanese rocker-producer Nico Fortarezza. A tour that will take the three artists around Italy with one goal in mind: to spread melodies and words of hope. No fixed set list or program. Each show has its mission: to support activities regarding social issues or to celebrate with music a special day. Tiziana Manenti has a strong experience as a singer. She started performing at a very young age at local venues and soon reached the stages of national music events. She started out as a pop singer and then found Christian music of which she is now an icon. She has followed the footsteps of Roberto Bignoli, a name that is now consolidated by the success obtained over the course of his career which includes a 2007 Unity Award for International Artist of the year which he receieved in the US. Nico Fortarezza possesses artistic and vocal skills that were stimulated beginning on stage with the stars of italian pop music like Vandelli and Ruggeri that now make of him an eclectic songwriter and producer to be reckoned with. Last July the three artists were together on the Tor Vergata stage in Rome for the first European Gathering of Young University Students.


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