Claudio Lolli

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Claudio Lolli
Claudio Lolli, 2005 (cropped).jpg
Claudio Lolli in concert (2005)
Background information
Born (1950-03-28)March 28, 1950
Origin Bologna, Italy
Died August 17, 2018(2018-08-17) (aged 68)
Genres Pop, rock
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, poet, writer, lyceum teacher
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1972–2018
Labels EMI, Ultima Spiaggia
Website Claudio Lolli

Claudio Lolli (March 28, 1950[1] – August 17, 2018)[2] was an Italian singer-songwriter, poet, writer and secondary school teacher.


Lolli was introduced by Francesco Guccini to EMI Italiana, who produced his first LPs from 1972 to 1976. His albums are themed around political issues and ideas, for example, the album Un uomo in crisi follows the events of Antonio Gramsci's life.

Some of his better known songs are "Ho visto anche degli zingari felici", "Aspettando Godot", "Michel", "Quando la morte avrà", "Quanto amore", "Borghesia".

He started his career as a writer in the early 1980s and wrote five novels in twenty years. Lolli started writing his first novel, Antipatici antipodi, in 1972, and it was published in 1997.



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  • Piazza... strade... sogni, 1995
  • Collezione, February 15, 2001
  • Made in Italy, February 25, 2004
  • Studio collection, September 23, 2005
  • Claudio Lolli: the best of platinum, 9/3/2007


Works of Claudio Lolli


  1. ^ "Info on". Retrieved August 17, 2018. 
  2. ^ "Lutto nella musica italiana: è morto Claudio Lolli, simbolo della canzone d'autore". Retrieved August 17, 2018. 

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