Paolo said about his new custom in-ears:
Si sente da urlo…
(Italian way to say “they have a stunning sound!”)
Paolo is using a Jewellery Series Jelly Fish model
with Aurora Boreale Chrystal by Swarovski™
and also has a spare Tria Live in case something
happens to his first pair… since, as he says:
“Now I cannot perform without them anymore”…
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Paolo Vallesi’s Biography
Paolo Vallesi was born in Florence on May 18th 1964. He started piano lessons at the age of 9. At sixteen he began working as a musician and arranging music in recording studios in Florence and Modena.
After appearing in 1989 on the “Gran Premio” television show with Pippo Baudo and at the Festival de Saint-Vincent, in 1990 he started working with the producer Dado Parisini, with whom he started to work successfully. In 1991 he won in the “New Talent” category at the Sanremo Music Festival with the song “Le persone inutili”.
He released his first album called “Paolo Vallesi” which was in the charts for months, selling almost 200,000 copies, earning him his first gold disc. In 1992 he was back in Sanremo, this time in the ‘Top Stars’ category, with “La forza della vita”, reaching the third place.
The album of the same name, which sold over 500,000 copies taking him to the top of the singles and album charts for weeks, was awarded a platinum disc and was the second top-selling album of the year. The record also went on release in Germany, France, the Netherlands and Scandinavia, and, in a Spanish language version, in Spain and in the countries of Latin America. The song “Sempre”, which featured on the album, won the prize for most played song on Italian radio stations at the ‘Festivalbar’. His first tour, around Italy and abroad, lasted for 8 months. In 1993 he started playing in the Italian Singers Football team, with over 200 matches and 8 goals to date. In 1994 his third album called “Non mi tradire” was released and apart from getting him his second platinum disc and third gold disc, saw him working with Eros Ramazzotti, Biagio Antonacci and Irene Grandi, going on an extensive tour with the latter. The record also came out in Spanish and was called “No me traiciones”.
In 1996 Paolo was back in Sanremo with his new record company C.G.D., recording his fourth album “Non essere mai grande”, the Spanish version of which (“Grande”) hit the top of the charts in Spain thanks to the duet with the same name with the Madrilenian singer Alejandro Sanz. Taking a little time off, mainly due to the birth of his son Francesco in 1997 and the desire to set up a proper working team, which led to the recording of his fifth album in 1999, called “Sabato 17 and 45”.
In 2003 his best hits album ‘Best of Paolo Vallesi’ came out. In 2005 he took part in the reality tv show ‘La Talpa’. In 2006 he released his album ‘La fionda’ and in 2009 he produced the first album of the Italian Singers Football team with all the team’s old songs in it.
In 2015 he records his best live album “I Live You” and in 2017 the new production “Un filo senza fine” where his artistic growth is expressed in all its extent with the song “I miei silenzi” (“My quietness”).
Paolo is now a producer and is developing important collaborations for his new work planned for release in mid 2019.