Stefano Rosso

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For the CEO of OTB Group, see Stefano Rosso (OTB).

Stefano Rossi (7 December 1948 – 15 September 2008), best known as Stefano Rosso, was an Italian songwriter and guitarist. He is Italian rapper Jesto's father.


Born in Rome, Rosso debuted in 1969 with his brother in the duo "Romolo e Remo", with the song "Io vagabondo". Become a solo artist, he obtained his first commercial success with the 1976 song "Una storia disonesta".[1] In 1980, he took part at the Sanremo Music Festival with the song "L'italiano".[1] After a more difficult period, Rosso had returned to popularity in 2005 with the version of "Una storia disonesta" recorded by Tonino Carotone.[2]


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