Meneguzzi in 2004
|Birth name||Pablo Meneguzzi|
|Also known as||Paolo Meneguzzi|
|Years active||1997 - present|
|Labels||Warner Music Group
Sony BMG Music Entertainment
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Paolo Meneguzzi (born December 6, 1976 as Pablo Meneguzzo) is a Swiss Italian singer. He is the son of Loredana Pacchiani and Gomez Meneguzzi.
In 1996, while the name Paolo Meneguzzi was still unknown in Italy, Paolo won the Viña del Mar International Song Festival held in Chile with the song "Aria, Ariò". The success of the song prompted the release of his debut album "Por Amor" on 27 March 1997. Paolo continued to build his career with the release of another album, self-titled, which contained the anticipated single, "Si enamorarse".
Paolo Meneguzzi's Italian debut occurred with his participation in the young artists section at the Sanremo Music Festival in 2001. His song "Ed io non ci sto più" earned him seventh place.
The same year, the album Un sogno nelle mani was released.
He released a new single in 2002, "In nome dell'amore". In 2003 he released the single "Vero falso", and the album Lei è that in October that year sold to gold (with 50.000 copies sold), and then to double platinum (200.000 copies sold).
In 2004, he released the single "Guardami Negli Occhi (Prego)", which reached fourth place with 127,346 ballots, and published the new edition of "Lei è", containing an additional song Baciami, the remix of Lei è and remix of Verofalso and obviously the song from Sanremo.
In June 2004, began the Lei è tour from Bellinzona (CH), its first one tour, that touched Italy and Switzerland imposing more success among young people than among small children.
In 2005, he again participates in the Festival di Sanremo with the passage Non capiva che l'amavo. In the same week the album Favola is released and after two weeks as a single, receives the "Platinum Disc" selling beyond 200,000 copies.
After having passed the summer of 2005 between Italy and Switzerland with the Favola tour, Paolo dedicated himself to the creation of a new album. After two years of silence announces the participation in the Festival di Sanremo and of the release (previewed for 9 March) of the album Musica.
He participated in the Festival di Sanremo 2007, with the song Musica, that classified as sixth place, having collected many consents and above all, the approval of Pippo Baudo, who defined it as "The Manifest of the Festival di Sanremo".
Musica is released March 9, 2007, Paolo's fourth Italian album, following the release of the namesake single that endures as the most sold in Italy.
On April 21, began the Musica Tour still in Switzerland, but this time departing from Biasca. On November 2, the gathering of fans Club with the artist took place in the studies of radioitalia with Cologno Monzese.
On the 26th of November 2007, it was announced that Paolo would be representing his home country Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2008 in Belgrade, Serbia. He will compete with the pop ballad "Era stupendo". He took part in the second semifinal of the contest on Thursday 22 May 2008, competing against 18 other countries, all competing for one of 10 spots in the final on Saturday 24. But he failed to get the required votes he did not take part in the final.
Paolo participated in the Sanremo Music Festival 2008, performing the song "Grande" and placing sixth. The song was included in his fifth album, titled Corro via. Released on March 14, 2008, it also features the single "Era stupendo".
Local market studio albums
International studio albums
- 1996 Arià Ariò
- 1996 Sei La Fine Del Mondo
- 2001 Ed io non ci sto più
- 2001 Mi Sei Mancata
- 2001 Quel Ti Amo Maledetto
- 2002 In Nome Dell'Amore
- 2003 Verofalso
- 2003 Lei è
- 2004 Guardami Negli Occhi (Prego)
- 2004 Baciami
- 2004 Una Regola D'Amore
- 2005 Non Capiva Che L'Amavo
- 2005 Sara
- 2005 Lui e Lei
- 2007 Musica (Feat. Nate James)
- 2007 Ti Amo Ti Odio
- 2007 Ho Bisogno D'Amore
- 2008 Era stupendo
- 2008 Tú Eres Música (Music - Spanish Version)
- 2010 Imprevedibile
- 2010 Se per Te
- 2011 Sei Amore
- 2011 Mi Missión
with "Vampires Are Alive"
|Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest
with "The Highest Heights"
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