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Antonella Bucci

Italian pop singer Antonella Bucci produced her debut while playing the role of Mary Magdalene in the musical Jesus Christ Superstar at her school. It had been in 1989 when the designer decided to turn into a professional, after earning Castrocaro’s New Voices competition with her track “C’e El Motivo In Piu.” That same 12 months, regional label DDD authorized her up. Quickly, the vocalist was teaming up with Eros Ramazzotti, documenting “Amarti E L’immenso Per Me,” that was included on In Ogni Senso. In 1992 Antonella Bucci documented her first single solitary, “La Regazze Crescono,” accompanied by her debut recording, known as Il Mare Delle Nuvolo, and by a self-titled record released in 1996.

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