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Rome dedicates first show to Rino Gaetano

Rome dedicates first show to Rino Gaetano

Trastevere museum retraces singer's career until April 28

ROME, 15 February 2024, 18:55

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Rome is dedicating its first show to one of its favourite late sons, singer-songwriter Rino Gaetano, who died in a car crash at the age of just 30 in 1981.
    Calabrian-born Gaetano, whose anthems ma Il Cielo E' Sempre Piu' Blu, Mio Fratello E' Figlio Unico and Gianna, among others, are still regularly played on the Italian radio and TV, was famous for his satirical songs and oblique yet incisive political commentary.
    He is remembered for his raspy voice, for the heavily ironic lyrics of his songs and his social protests.
    The Rome show at the Museo In Trastevere, not far from where Gaetano started out at Folkstudio with the likes of Antonello Venditti e Francesco De Gregori, runs from February 16 to April 28.
    It features his records and memorabilia including a black top hat given him by Renato Zero, colorful sweaters sported in interviews, a dressing gown worn at Festivalbar78, and also personal objects like his passport, cameras, family photos and postcards, and the typewritten texts of his songs.
    The show traces the artistic development of the still immensely popular tragic artist, who is believed to have had a little too much to drink on the night of his fatal crash.
    "It will exhibit a real treasure trove of all the memorabilia jealously preserved by his sister Anna," said organisers.
   
   

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