Nomadi Dentro (Nomadi Inside) is the title of Nomadi’s new tour and album, that includes, among the others, a song by Alberto Salerno and another by Francesco Guccini. The song “Decadenza” anticipates this new project and is the first Nomadi’s unreleased track sung by Yuri Cilloni, the band’s brand new voice, and MassimoVecchi. They will present live part of the album and so many of their best hits throughout more than 50 years of career that are so hard to perform in just one single concert.
At the beginning of the 1960s, between Modena and Reggio Emilia, Beppe Carletti and Augusto Daolio decide to start their own band. In 1963 they made their first debut and chose the name Nomadi by chance, but also determined by destiny. In 1965 their first 45 titled Donna, la prima donna came out, and one year later, they started collaborating with a then-unknown Francesco Guccini. This strong partnership brought to life songs that marked a significant phase in the Italian music scene. Noi non ci saremo and Dio è morto became real flags for millions of young people. In 1972 Io Vagbondo came out and still today is the band symbol and a hymn for many generations. Their rise to fame started from that moment: TV shows, festivals and many record projects led the band to gain officially success from critics and audience. Though all these years, with many changes inside the group, Nomadi has never stopped and they kept renewing, modernizing and getting new music energy from each new member.
54 years passed by but they are still there: 90 concerts every year throughout the country with an average of 1 million audiences per year, including children, parents and grandparents, and creating the so-called “nomad people”. The band is also considered the most enduring band in Italy: before them they only have The Rolling Stones.
Cico Falzone guitars
Daniele Campani drums
Massimo Vecchi bass and voice
Sergio Reggioli violin, percussions, voice
Yuri Cilloni voice