ARTIST — singer/songwriter
Riccardo Sinigallia was born in Rome on March 4, 1970. He has been writing his own songs since the age of 12. In 1988 he founded pop-rock group “i 6 suoi ex”, and over the following years he wrote, played and sang with them in community centers and early-90s clubs. In 1994 he inaugurated his musical collaboration with singer Niccoló Fabi, by producing and arranging Fabi’s first two albums Il giardiniere and Niccoló Fabi and penning – among others – hit songs such as Dica, Capelli, Rosso, Vento d’Estate, and Lasciarsi un giorno a Roma. In 1997 he wrote and produced tracks for Max Gazze’s album La favola di Adamo ed Eva, including Cara Valentina, L’amore pensato, Una musica puó fare and the aforementioned Vento d’estate.