A fascinating case of success due primarily to person to person, Italian singer/songwriter Davide Vehicle De Sfroos sold a large number of records prior to the critics as well as the big systems started noticing him — and, actually most strikingly, he did therefore singing tracks in the dialect of an extremely small region, therefore transforming himself from an area to a nationwide phenomenon. Created in Monza on, may 11, 1965, and quickly shifting to Azzano di Mezzegra, a little city on Lake Como, Davide Bernasconi got his first proper music encounters in the post-punk clothing Potage. After that, in the first ’90s, he began his own music group, known as De Sfroos, a manifestation in the laghèe dialect (a vocabulary spoken in the Lake Como area) indicating “smuggling.” After liberating three information — the cassettes Ciulandari (1992) and Viif (live, 1994) and 1995’s Manicomi — Davide stop to be able to start a single career beneath the name of Davide Vehicle De Sfroos (actually meaning “Davide EACH GOES Smuggling”). Then started his personal record label, Tarantanius, which he released his single debut, 1999’s Brèva e Tiv? n, completely sung in the laghèe dialect. Without genuine distribution, and thanks a lot and then concerts and person to person, it would offer 35,000 copies. The Per una Poma EP, including three fresh songs, premiered a couple of months later on, adopted in 2000 from the publication/CD arranged Capitan Slaff. Nevertheless, real success came with Davide’s sophomore work, 2001’s …E Semm Partii, a assortment of ballads halfway between folk and rock and roll that sold a lot more than 50,000 copies and won 2002’s Targa Tenco Prize to discover the best Dialect Album, so attracting interest from the largest TV and radio systems, turning Davide into something greater than a basic musician and forcing him to handle the accusation of indirectly helping ultra-regionalist Italian party Lega Nord — an innuendo that he generally rejected, affirming that, although he sings of the life span (and with the vocabulary) of an extremely small area, his music are for everybody. The dual live recording Laiv premiered in 2003, adopted in 2005 by Akuaduulza, an idea album of types about what Vehicle De Sfroos himself referred to as Gothic-Lombard styles. Vehicle De Sfroos after that embarked on the tour, that was documented from the Dvd and blu-ray Ventanas. Released in 2008, Pica! reached number 4 for the Italian graphs and saw Vehicle De Sfroos gain his second Targa Tenco for Greatest Dialect Recording. Davide in addition has released the poetry collection Perdonato dalle Lucertole (1997), the brief tales collection Le Parole Sognate dai Pesci (2003), as well as the book Il Mio Nome è Herbert Fanucci (2005).