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.

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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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