Morgan (singer)

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Morgan
Morgan live at I Suoni delle Dolomiti.jpg
Morgan performing live at Suoni delle Dolomiti, Trento on 17 August 2008
Background information
Birth nameMarco Castoldi
Born (1972-12-23) December 23, 1972 (age 45)
Milan, Italy
GenresAlternative rock, electronic rock, experimental rock, synthpop
Occupation(s)Musician, singer-songwriter
InstrumentsVocals, bass, piano, keyboards, guitars, ukulele, harmonica, glockenspiel
Associated actsBluvertigo

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
  • 2008: 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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