Gerardo Carmine Gargiulo is an Italian singer, songwriter, and lawyer who was born on January 18, 1955.
He begins playing the guitar because he is passionate about music, and he begins performing in local bars with his friend Vincenzo D’Alessio, creator of the beat group I Naufraghi. Following this encounter, he decides to travel to Milan (as he will later recount in the song L’Espresso at 21), where he is able to connect with the recording industry and get a contract with Ariston Records.
At 1982, he sang Una gita sul Po, a song from the album, in Discoverde, the section of the Festivalbar intended for developing artists at the time. The song was a big hit, and it was also published on 45 laps (not expected at the time of launch of the 33). Di lei, which he wrote alongside Avellino, is still his most well-known song today. The Quartetto Cetra reworked Una gita sul Po in the parody The discovery of America, which aired during the broadcast Il Bingoo on Antennatre in the same year.
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