Italian pop singer/songwriter and producer Max Gazzè was created in Rome and elevated in Brussels, where in fact the talented performer began monitoring music, taking electrical bass classes at age 14. Shortly, Gazzè was signing up for different rings, playing spirit, funk, progressive rock and roll, and ska. After taking part in an British group known as 4 Play 4, he came back to Rome in 1991, developing a tempo & blues action known as Emporium, composing the soundtrack for regional short movies, and documenting his first single record, Contro un’Onda del Mare (Against a Influx of the ocean), in 1994, released by Virgin Information in November 1995. Currently needs to gain a pursuing, thanks to starting for the famed Franco Battiato before his debut was also released, Gazzè surely got to focus on his following record between touring and shows on the San Remo Event. La Favola di Adamo ed Eva arrived in 1998, accompanied by the self-titled third work two years later on. However, indications of label complications were already obvious, and by 2003 Gazzè got remaining Virgin for EMI, and by another year his 1st recording with them, El Giorno, had turn out.