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Max Gazzè

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Max Gazze' : RADUNI: 1995-2005 [ Best...
$21.64
La Matematica Dei Rami
$13.98
La Favola Di Adamo Ed Eva 1998-2018
$26.02
Maximilian
$11.99
Sotto Casa
$23.06
Alchemaya
$26.88
Max Gazze (Orange Numbered Vinyl)
$399.00
Platinum Collection
$20.20
La Vita Com'e',Sonrio
$20.85
Flying Up Through The Sky, Vol. 2
$15.99
Max Gazzè's tour

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Giorgio
October 5th 2016
Great concert , great artist & band.
Toronto, Canada@
Virgin Mobile Mod Club
Bianca
October 4th 2016
Great show, great public, loved the setlist!
Rome, Italy@
Palalottomatica
Cinzia
July 21st 2016
Fantastico
Vacallo, Switzerland@
Piazza Municipio
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About Max Gazzè

Max is a bass player and songwriter from Rome, Italy. His music can be described as cerebral pop. His songs, though deceptively easy listening, have a sophisticated construction. His lyrics, often written by or in collaboration with his brother (a published poet), are also remarkable for their irony and complexity. His sings mainly in Italian.

Before his recording career, Max gained an extensive experience as a bass player, playing for years in different venues across Italy and Europe (Belgium, etc.). His first record "Contro Un'Onda del Mare" (1996) was not particularly successful, but afterward he reached fame with a string of singles in which he collaborated with other well-known musicians in Italy. The song "Vento d'Estate" in collaboration with Niccolo' Fabi, was a summer success in 1998. Other successful singles were "Colloquium Vitae" with the participation of singer Mao, "L'Amore Pensato" with the participation of Daniele Silvestri, "Cara Valentina" and "La Favola di Adamo ed Eva". Eventually, he received greater fame by participating to the Italian Pop Contest "Festival di San Remo" where he performed his single "Una Musica Puo' Fare". All these singles eventually appeared in his album "La Favola di Adamo ed Eva" published first in 1998 and probably his greatest success.

Successively he published the albums "Max Gazze'" (2000), "Ognuno Fa Quello che Gli Pare" (2002), and "Un Giorno" (2004). His last album was a double-disc CD called "Raduni 1995-2005" featuring live performances of his most famous songs recorded across a decade.
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Genres:
Italian, International

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Max Gazzè to play in your city
Request a Show

concerts and tour dates

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Past

Live Photos of Max Gazzè

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Merch (ad)

Max Gazze' : RADUNI: 1995-2005 [ Best...
$21.64
La Matematica Dei Rami
$13.98
La Favola Di Adamo Ed Eva 1998-2018
$26.02
Maximilian
$11.99
Sotto Casa
$23.06
Alchemaya
$26.88
Max Gazze (Orange Numbered Vinyl)
$399.00
Platinum Collection
$20.20
La Vita Com'e',Sonrio
$20.85
Flying Up Through The Sky, Vol. 2
$15.99
Max Gazzè's tour

Fan Reviews

Giorgio
October 5th 2016
Great concert , great artist & band.
Toronto, Canada@
Virgin Mobile Mod Club
Bianca
October 4th 2016
Great show, great public, loved the setlist!
Rome, Italy@
Palalottomatica
Cinzia
July 21st 2016
Fantastico
Vacallo, Switzerland@
Piazza Municipio
View More Fan Reviews

About Max Gazzè

Max is a bass player and songwriter from Rome, Italy. His music can be described as cerebral pop. His songs, though deceptively easy listening, have a sophisticated construction. His lyrics, often written by or in collaboration with his brother (a published poet), are also remarkable for their irony and complexity. His sings mainly in Italian.

Before his recording career, Max gained an extensive experience as a bass player, playing for years in different venues across Italy and Europe (Belgium, etc.). His first record "Contro Un'Onda del Mare" (1996) was not particularly successful, but afterward he reached fame with a string of singles in which he collaborated with other well-known musicians in Italy. The song "Vento d'Estate" in collaboration with Niccolo' Fabi, was a summer success in 1998. Other successful singles were "Colloquium Vitae" with the participation of singer Mao, "L'Amore Pensato" with the participation of Daniele Silvestri, "Cara Valentina" and "La Favola di Adamo ed Eva". Eventually, he received greater fame by participating to the Italian Pop Contest "Festival di San Remo" where he performed his single "Una Musica Puo' Fare". All these singles eventually appeared in his album "La Favola di Adamo ed Eva" published first in 1998 and probably his greatest success.

Successively he published the albums "Max Gazze'" (2000), "Ognuno Fa Quello che Gli Pare" (2002), and "Un Giorno" (2004). His last album was a double-disc CD called "Raduni 1995-2005" featuring live performances of his most famous songs recorded across a decade.
Show More
Genres:
Italian, International

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