Max Gazzè

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Max Gazzè
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Max Gazzè in 2009.
Background information
Born (1967-07-06) 6 July 1967 (age 47)
Rome, Italy
Origin Italy
Genres pop rock
Occupation(s) Musician, singer, songwriter, actor
Instruments Vocals, guitar, bass guitar harmonica
Years active 1991–present
Labels EMI, Virgin
Associated acts Ginevra Di Marco, Carmen Consoli, Daniele Silvestri, Mao, Niccolò Fabi, Alex Britti, Stephan Eicher, Paola Turci, Marina Rei, Bluvertigo, Morgan, Jetlag, Raf, Luca Barbarossa, Roy Paci, Serena Abrami

Max Gazzè (born 6 July 1967 in Rome, Italy) is a songwriter, lead vocalist, and bassist. He is known for his high-pitched voice.


Max Gazzè was born in Rome, his father was from the Province of Ragusa. He emigrated to Belgium in 1982 where he spent his childhood, his father being a diplomat at the embassy of Italy, and he studied at the European School. At the age of 6 he started learning piano, and at 14 dedicated himself to bass guitar and begins to perform with groups in Brussels' clubs. From 1985-1990 he played with a number of Jazz fusion, funk and Rock bands around Europe (including 4Play4), with musicians such as Russell Jarrett, Michel Morvan, Alister Tomes and Simon Jarrett.

Personal life[edit]

He and his wife have three children: Samuele (b. 1998), Bianca (b. 2001) and Emily (b. 2006). The lyrics of his songs are written in collaboration with his brother Francesco Gazzè.[1]







  1. ^ "Francesco Gazze". AD Edizic. Retrieved 26 September 2012. 

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