International singing sensation and multi-platinum recording artist Patrizio Buanne reprises his role as ambassador for Italian song, presenting his version of favorites “Mambo Italiano” and “Americano,” and spirited interpretations of pop standards such as Bryan Adams’ “Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman” and Willie Nelson/Patsy Cline’s hit, “Crazy.”
Inspired by the original crooners, this young Italian takes on the timeless art of delivering a romantic song. For Patrizio, it is all about the voice, and an instinctive ability to convey real emotion. The dark, ruggedly handsome singer has already won over a legion of fans with previous albums rooted in the pop traditions of his Italian homeland that he released internationally. Buanne has performed over the years for such luminaries as The Pope, Royal Families, a US President, and numerous other celebrities.
But what quality separates Patrizio Buanne from other great artists? Is it the natural grace of his voice, the “rugged” good looks, or the confident, casual, respectful attention that he gives to his audience? Or is it just the basic trust he evokes in people? Italy has provided a simple word to describe all of the above; “Simpatico”, which heralds a new era for the young Neapolitan. A true Voice of La Dolce Vita.