Annalisa

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Annalisa
Annalisa ad Agira 3 Agosto 2013.jpg
Background information
Birth name Annalisa Scarrone
Also known as Annalisa
Nali
Born (1985-08-05) 5 August 1985 (age 29)
Carcare, Savona, Italy
Genres Pop, pop rock, pop jazz, electropop, alternative rock
Years active 2004 – present
Labels Hitland/Edel Music
(2004–2008)
Warner Music Italy
(2011 – present)
Associated acts Elaphe Guttata
(2005–2006)
leNoire (ex Malvasia)
(2006–2008)[1]
Website Official site

Annalisa Scarrone (born 5 August 1985 in Carcare, Savona, Italy), better known as simply Annalisa or Nali, is an Italian pop rock singer and songwriter. After being part of two bands, Elaphe Guttata and leNoire (Ex Malvasia), she became famous after participating in the tenth edition of the talent show Amici di Maria De Filippi in 2010–2011, where she finished in second place.[2] Subsequently Annalisa partecipated in the Festival of Sanremo 2013 with the song Scintille and finished ninth.[3]

Annalisa partecipated in the Festival of Sanremo 2015 with song Una finestra tra le stelle and finished fourth.[4]

She has recorded 4 albums and 14 singles, receiving 2 Platinum disc and 2 Gold discs, and selling over 140,000 copies.[5][6][7][8][9]

Early life[edit]

She grew up in Carcare and studied music and singing from an early age. From the age of 13, she worked as a bartender and musician.[10] Before becoming famous, she wrote and composed 51 songs stored in the archive Italian SIAE.[11] In 2009 she graduated from the University of Turin in Physics.[10]

Music career[edit]

In 2011 Annalisa took part at the 10th edition of the famous Italian talent show Amici di Maria De Filippi where she finished second and also received the Premio della critica. In March 2011 her first album Nali was released; it reached number 2 in the official Italian album chart by FIMI[12][13][14] and was certified platinum.[5] Her first single Diamante lei e luce lui, that reached the ninth position in the official Italian single chart[15] in 2012, was certified gold.[6] In addition this single won the Premio Videoclip Italiano 2011. Her second single Giorno per giorno was published in 27 May 2011.

Senza riserva, from the second album Mentre tutto cambia, was published in 16 March 2012 and later certified gold.[7] The second single of her second album was Tra due minuti è primavera. The last single from Mentre tutto cambia was Per una notte o per sempre, published without videoclip.[7] At the end of the same year Annalisa sang Pirati that is contained in the DVD, Blu-ray 3D e Digital HDTM of the cartoon film L'era glaciale 4-Continenti alla deriva.

In 2013, she participated at the Festival of Sanremo 2013 and finished ninth, with the single Scintille.[3] At the same time, her third album Non So Ballare was released and reached the sixth position in the official Italian album chart.[16] Also during 2013, Annalisa represented Italy at the OGAE Song Contest with the song Alice e il blu, the second single from the album Non so ballare,[17] and finished third.[18] At the same time, she had two nominations for Best female artist and Best video with the song Alice e il blu at World Music Awards.[19] She subsequently represented Italy at the International Song Contest: The Global Sound with Scintille,[20] and in November won the competition.[21] The third single from Non so ballare was A modo mio amo and its videoclip was a collage of the previous ones.

In December 2013 Roberto Casalino, the author of many Annalisa's songs, announced that Tutto Sommato contained in the second studio album of the singer Mentre tutto cambia, is the soundtrack of the Dutch movie, Toscaanse Bruiloft, [22] in Tuscany filmed in the summer of 2013.[23] In January 2014 the album was released on the Dutch ITunes Store (and with the publication of the same physical January 24[24]) and Tutto Sommato was extracted as a single in the Netherlands.[25][26] For these reasons, in January 2014 the singer was sent for the first time abroad to promote the film and her first album published abroad.[24] The film also contains the two bonus tracks of the digital version of the Dutch ITunes album, the song Non so ballare and the unreleased song, not published in Italy, Capirai.[27][28]

On 1 April 2014 released Incredibile, the new studio album of Moreno, which is a feat with Annalisa in the song Ferire per amare.[29] On April 14, 2014 is revealed in the official Facebook page of the singer that Sento solo il presente is the single that anticipates the release of her fourth studio album.[30] The song was released in Italy on 5 May 2014.[31] In Switzerland, the song was released on May 6.[32] Sento solo il presente reached, a week after publication, the seventh position in the official Italian single chart.[33]

In May 2014 she worked as an author of the song Siamo amore for the competitor of the thirteenth edition of the talent show Amici, Giada. She and Marco Ciappelli wrote the lyrics of the song, while the music was written by Francesco Sighieri and Diego Calvetti. Siamo amore is added to Giada's ep, called Da capo and was extracted as a single on June 20, 2014.[34]

Annalisa announced September 3, 2014 in their official Facebook page, the output in the same month of the second single, entitled L'ultimo addio.[35] On September 12, the cover of the single was released in preview in digital stores; on the same day the official release of the song was announced for September 19.[36] On September 15, the singer's record label, Warner Music Italy, published on its official YouTube channel the thirty-second preview of the song.[37] The text of the song was written by Annalisa and Marco Ciappelli, while the music was written by Francesco Sighieri.[38]

On 19 September, two years after release, Senza riserva was certified platinum for sales over 30,000 in digital.[8]

Annalisa has collaborated with Italian rapper Raige.[39] On 4 December through the official Facebook page of Raige is revealed the cover of their feat. The single is called Dimenticare (mai), and on the same day he is announced the official release of the song for December 9.[40] On 5 December, Sento solo il presente is certified gold for sales over 15,000 in digital.[9]

On 14 december, is announced as a competitor of Sanremo Music Festival 2015 with the song, Una finestra tra le stelle[41] and finished fourth.[4] Along with the songs Sento solo il presente and L'ultimo addio, Una finestra tra le stelle, anticipates the release of the fourth album. On 23 January 2015, through the official page of Facebook of the singer, is also announced the title of the new album, Splende, available from 12 February. Were announced the first two dates of the tour, on April 1, at the Teatro Nuovo of Milan and 3 to Auditorium Parco della Musica of Rome, with pre-sales open from 26 January.[42]

Discography[edit]

As solo artist[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Title Position Certified
IT
2011 Nali 2[12][13] Platinum
(Step of cert. platinum: +60.000;
Nali sold +80.000[5])
2012 Mentre tutto cambia 9[43][44] -
2013 Non so ballare 6[16]
2015 Splende 7[45]

Singles[edit]

Collaborations[edit]

  • 2014 - Ferire per amare by Moreno feat. Annalisa - (The song is in the album of Moreno, called Incredibile)
  • 2014 - Dimenticare (mai) by Raige feat. Annalisa (Solo single)

with Elaphe Guttata[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 2006 – Blue trip

Singles[edit]

  • 2006 – In garden's orange rack (with videoclip)

Tour[edit]

2012
2013

Author and songwriter for other singers[edit]

Collaborations authorship and / or compositions are listed in parentheses in the title.
Year Title Artist Album/Ep
2014 Siamo amore
(Annalisa, Diego Calvetti and Marco Ciappelli)
Giada Da capo

Awards[edit]

Won
2011
2012
2013
2014
  • Fox Music League with Alice e il blu
  • Best Summer Song at Velvet Awards with Sento solo il presente[57]
Nomination
2012
  • Rockol Awards like Miglior singolo italiano with Senza riserva[58]
  • Rockol Awards like Miglior video italiano with Senza riserva[59]
2013
2014
  • RTL 102.5 like Canzone dell'estate 2014 with Sento solo il presente[67]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Malvasia
  2. ^ Valentina Scionti (13 April 2011). "Annalisa Scarrone: preferisco il premio della critica". FanPage Music. Retrieved 21 March 2012. 
  3. ^ a b Classifica finale
  4. ^ a b Festival di Sanremo, la classifica completa
  5. ^ a b c "Annalisa, sognando Mina e il festival Ottantamila copie per Nali". Il Messaggero. 27 October 2012. Retrieved 8 March 2013. 
  6. ^ a b c diamante lei e luce lui disco d'oro
  7. ^ a b c d Annalisa Scarrone: Per una notte o per sempre, nuovo singolo da Mentre tutto cambi e Senza riserva disco d'oro
  8. ^ a b c Senza Riserva disco di platino - Archivio Digital 37esima settimana del 2014
  9. ^ a b c Sento solo il presente disco d'oro - Archivio Digital 48esima settimana del 2014
  10. ^ a b inizi e laurea
  11. ^ Archive Siae. Subscribe like SCARRONE ANNALISA
  12. ^ a b fimi chart pos max1
  13. ^ a b fimi chart pos max2
  14. ^ "I Modà in testa alla hit parade Seconda Annalisa di "Amici"". Corriere della Sera. 26 March 2011. Retrieved 21 March 2012. 
  15. ^ a b "Diamante lei e luce lui nella classifica italiana FIMI". 
  16. ^ a b Non so ballare in Fimi chart
  17. ^ a b alice e il blu at ogae 2013
  18. ^ a b Cover win
  19. ^ a b c nomination at world music awards
  20. ^ a b Annalisa va in finale a “Global Sound”
  21. ^ a b 6th International Song Contest: The Global Sound Results - Annalisa Scarrone
  22. ^ Roberto Casalino Pag
  23. ^ Matrimonio in Toscana: per gli olandesi un sogno che diventa film
  24. ^ a b Italiaanse Annalisa ontdekt door Johan Nijenhuis voor titelsong Toscaanse Bruiloft
  25. ^ a b Warner Music Netherlands
  26. ^ ANNALISA SBARCA IN OLANDA E IL BRANO TUTTO SOMMATO ENTRA IN UN FILM
  27. ^ Annalisa torna con il secondo album
  28. ^ Comunicato stampa pagina facebook Warner Music Italy
  29. ^ Moreno, ecco la tracklist e gli ospiti del nuovo album 'Incredibile'
  30. ^ Annalisa Scarrone, “Sento solo il presente” è il nuovo singolo
  31. ^ Annalisa - Sento solo il presente (Radio Date: 05-05-2014)
  32. ^ Comunicato Itunes Svizzera
  33. ^ a b "Classifica settimanale WK 19 (dal 05-05-2014 al 11-05-2014)". 
  34. ^ Da oggi 20 giugno in radio "SIAMO AMORE", il nuovo singolo di GIADA estratto dall'EP "DA CAPO"
  35. ^ Annalisa
  36. ^ ANNALISA: il nuovo singolo è “L’ultimo addio”, ecco la copertina!
  37. ^ ANNALISA: il nuovo singolo è “L’ultimo addio”, ecco la preview del brano
  38. ^ Motore di ricerca SIAE - Scarrone Annalisa
  39. ^ RAIGE feat ANNALISA, in arrivo un’inedita collaborazione
  40. ^ Raige
  41. ^ Una 'macedonia' tra talent ed ex sanremesi, sono i 20 big in gara all'Ariston
  42. ^ ANNALISA: SAN REMO, THE NEW ALBUM OF UNPUBLISHED "SHINES" AND TWO LIVE
  43. ^ Official Italian Chart by Fimi
  44. ^ Official Italian Chart by Fimi2
  45. ^ "id":1982,"s":"1"} "Classifica settimanale WK 7 - (dal 2015-02-09 al 2015-02-15)". FIMI. February 2015. Retrieved 19 February 2015. 
  46. ^ Senza riserva at 8°
  47. ^ "Classifica settimanale WK 7 (dal 11-02-2013 al 17-02-2013)". FIMI. February 2013. Retrieved 14 October 2013. 
  48. ^ ANNALISA LANDS IN THE NETHERLANDS AND THE SONG ALL PUT TOGETHER IN A MOVIE ENTER
  49. ^ "id":1993,"s":"3"} Classifica settimanale WK 8 - (dal 2015-02-22 al 2015-03-16)
  50. ^ "Wind music Awards 2011, gli artisti premiati". 
  51. ^ "PVI 2011 - Gli Artisti Premiati". 
  52. ^ "Premio della critica big". Retrieved 2012. 
  53. ^ Artisti premiati 2012
  54. ^ "PVI 2012 - Gli Artisti Premiati". 
  55. ^ Perla del tirreno lista premiati
  56. ^ Velvet Awards 2013: i vincitori
  57. ^ “Velvet Summer Song”: vince Annalisa, “Sento solo il presente” è la canzone dell’estate
  58. ^ Miglior singolo italiano
  59. ^ Miglior video italiano
  60. ^ Artist saga
  61. ^ Best live act
  62. ^ Best song
  63. ^ Velvet Awards 2013: le nomination di Velvet Music Italia
  64. ^ Miglior album italiano
  65. ^ Miglior singolo italiani
  66. ^ Miglior Concerto/Festival/Tour italiano
  67. ^ Su RTL 102.5 si vota la Canzone dell’Estate 2014!