Morgan (singer)

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Not to be confused with Morgan Singer.
Morgan
Morgan live.jpg
Morgan performing live at Suoni delle Dolomiti, Trento on 17 August 2008
Background information
Birth name Marco Castoldi
Born 23 December 1972
Milan, Italy
Genres Alternative rock, electronic rock, experimental rock, synthpop
Occupation(s) Musician, singer-songwriter
Instruments

Vocals, bass, piano, keyboards, guitars, ukulele, harmonica,

glockenspiel
Associated acts Bluvertigo

Marco Castoldi (born 23 December 1972), better known by his stage name Morgan, is an Italian singer-songwriter, musician and multi-instrumentalist. His musical genres are mainly alternative rock and electronic rock, sometimes experimental rock and synthpop. He has also been a judge for seven seasons in the Italian version of The X Factor'" winning five of them through acts he mentored, Aram Quartet (series 1 - 2008), Matteo Becucci (series 2 - 2008-9), Marco Mengoni (series 3 - 2009), Chiara Galiazzo (series 6 - 2012) and Michele Bravi (series 7 - 2013).

He is also a founding member of Bluvertigo, an Italian band formed in 1992.

Discography[edit]

Solo[edit]

  • 2003: Canzoni dell'appartamento
  • 2004: Il suono della vanità
  • 2005: Non al denaro, non all'amore né al cielo
  • 2007: Da A ad A
  • 2008: È successo a Morgan
  • 2009: Italian Songbook Volume 1
  • 2010: Morganicomio
  • 2012: Italian Songbook Volume 2
Morgan live concert at the Cathedral of Asti (Italy) - July 15, 2011

With Bluvertigo[edit]

  • 1995: Acidi e basi
  • 1997: Metallo non metallo
  • 1999: Zero - ovvero la famosa nevicata dell'85
  • 2001: Pop Tools
  • 2005: MTV Storytellers (live)

Collaborations[edit]

Producer[edit]

  • Mao in Black Mokette
  • Soerba in Playback
  • La Sintesi in L'eroe romantico
  • Aram Quartet in the song Chi (Who)

Filmography[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

  • 1998: Dissoluzione (Bompiani - I buchi neri)
  • 2008: In pArte Morgan (Eleuthera)
  • 2014: "Il libro di Morgan - Io l'Amore la Musica gli Stronzi e Dio" (Einaudi stile libero)

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