Pino D'Angiò, writer of the well-known 'But what concept', dies | Culture | EUROtoday

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Italian singer Pino D'Angiò, recognized for his disco hit 'But which concept' within the Eighties, died this Saturday, July 6, on the age of 71, as confirmed by his household.

Born in Pompeii, the artist grew up between the United States and Canada, earlier than returning to Italy in 1963. As D'Angió himself acknowledged, the determine of Fred Buscaglione and his type vastly influenced him. He debuted in 1979 along with his first album, and within the following decade he achieved worldwide fame on the dance flooring. hit from 1980 is But which concept music that offered 2 million copies.

“There are no words to explain the darkness of this moment. With immense pain, the family announces that today Pino has left us. You have been the most beautiful gift that life could give to those of us who had the privilege of knowing you,” reads a message posted on the singer-songwriter’s Instagram profile. He provides: “Your soul has always danced with joy and pain in the same way, with the delicate strength of a smiling lion. Everything, beyond the imaginable, all this you were, are and will continue to be.”

D'Angio (Pompeii, 1952), alias of Giuseppe Chierchia, was the writer of one of the vital well-known songs of Italian disco music on this planet, 'But which concept' (1980), which introduced him extraordinary success. Throughout his profession he has labored as an actor, dubbing artist and music producer, composing songs for artists such because the legendary Mina. However, his profession was typically reduce brief by sickness, as he suffered from a number of tumors, the final of which was in his throat, for which he was operated on six instances in 2021, as he himself defined.

However, her final look earlier than the general public was final February on the newest version of the Sanremo Festival, the place she briefly sang her best hit.

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