Captivated by music while learning engineering at Rome’s Home from the Student, Italian singer/songwriter Franco Simone released himself in a fresh talent festival known as Castrocaro in 1972. He earned the Best Vocalist and Greatest Songwriter honours and had the chance to create his 1st record, entitled Se Di Mezzo C’E’ L’Amore, which presented innovative pop ballads. In 1974, Franco Simone became a member of San Remo’s Event with a music known as “Fiume Grande.” After issuing 1976’s Il Poeta Con la Chitarra and 1977’s Respiro, his music began climbing graphs in European countries and throughout Latin America with tracks performed in Italian, French, and Spanish. In 2000, persuaded that artists have to know how technology functions for great possibilities, Franco Simone became involved with a European media forum called Providing Rhythm to European countries, buying consensus about technical improvements in music. That same yr, composer Nikos Papakostas became a member of him to create Eliopolis — La Citta’ del Exclusive, followed by the best strikes compilation Deseo, released in 2001.