Though he found represent the music scene that arrived of Catania within the 1980s and ’90s, Mario Venuti was created in Siracusa (on October 28, 1963) and lived in a variety of other areas in Sicily before his family finally settled down in the town under Mt. Etna. He was raised hearing the Beatles and learning piano and electric guitar, and in 1984 he became a member of the group Denovo, correct when a brand-new kind of rock and roll music was starting to spread across Italy (seen as a performers like Ligabue and Vasco Rossi). Denovo — for whom Venuti performed electric guitar and sang — released five albums before splitting up in 1990, as well as the youthful musician utilized this possibility to happen to be Brazil, an event that greatly motivated his later function. In 1994 his initial solo album, El Po’ di Febbre, which mixed his Mediterranean upbringing along with his United kingdom pop and Brazilian bossa nova affects, was released, accompanied by 1996’s Microclima. That same season Venuti also collaborated with previous supervisor Francesco Virlinzi’s brand-new prodigy, a fellow Catanian called Carmen Consoli, co-writing her debut one, “Amore di Plastica,” off her debut record, Credited Parole. Consoli came back the favour by appearing in the duet “Mai Arrive Ieri,” the name take off his 1998 record, along with a tune that brought Venuti in to the spotlight. Following the loss of life of Virlinzi in 2001, the Sicilian transferred to Musica & Suoni, an unbiased label written by General, for the discharge of 2003’s Grandimprese, an archive whose singles “Veramente” and “Crudele” brought him even more national interest (the latter gained two first-place honours on the annual San Remo Celebration). In the next years, Venuti held busy by composing for other performers, appearing within the Taormina, Sicily, creation from the musical Datemi Tre Caravelle, about the life span of Christopher Columbus, and starting focus on his 5th single record, Magneti, which arrived in 2006.