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Alessia D’Andrea’s professional career takes off at only 15, when her talent stands out in the most known Italian music festivals: “Castrocaro Song Festival” (1996), “Mia Martini” Award (winner in 1997), “San Marino Festival” (2001),  “Premio Recanati” (winner 2001), the most important music award for Italian songwriters, awakening the interest of critics and media.

After the release of the CD singles "Respiri" and "Segnali d'amore" (Renilin), on July 13rd 2004 Alessia D’Andrea is the special guest in the Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull) show together with the Orchestra del Teatro Regio di Parma, in Rome.
The concert forebodes the release of her new single in Italy and abroad on September 17th 2004 - “Locomotive Breath” (Renilin) - during which Ian Anderson himself plays the flute.

In 2005 she is one of the 6 finalists at the “Cornetto Free Music Festival” (Naples).
In the same year her single "Time to Pray” (DIY) has been released throughout the world in countries such as the UK, Romania, Australia, Spain, Norway, South Africa, Canada, Germany, Austria, New Zealand, Mexico, Singapore, Russia. Later the same year she signs a contract with the “Ministry Of Sound” in the UK, that includes her song in the “Clubbers Guide”, one of the most downloaded from iTunes in 2006.

In summer 2006 Alessia participates in the Festival “HITY NA CZASIE” near Warsaw where she performs her two new singles live, both on then national Radio and TV as well as in front of more than 100.000 fans.

On July 5th 2008 Alessia is on stage again with the Jethro Tull during the “Pistoia Blues Festival”, for their 40th anniversary. She’s the only guest of the tour.

On March 9th 2009 her new album “Alessia D’Andrea” (Renilin) is out in Italy and distributed also in China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan. The promotion of the new album starts, from June, also in Bulgariawhere Alessia is invited in the most important TV and radio shows of the Country.

From January 2010 her new video clip “8 o’ clock” is played on Rai Music - the telematic channel of Rai, dedicated to music and her album is available in some of the best music stores in Canada.

On February 8th 2010 she presents her new single and video clip “Tonight”, (Italian release on March 14th 2010) at the prestigious Sofia Live Club, in Sofia, in front of the press and the TVs of the whole Country.

The music video “Tonight”, in the duet version with Lubo Kirov, has been selected by MTV Europe for the World Chart Express.

On July 2010 she makes a single, “Paradise” (Time Records) in collaboration with the popular Italian dj Molella. The song becomes the theme song for the most popular Italian radio show and one of the biggest Italian hits of the summer.

On October 2010 Alessia is the special guest at Fabrizio De Andrè tribute concert at the Opera Theatre in Sofia, in front of the major National Authorities.

On March 2011 she releases a DVD “Live in Studio” (Renilin) a presentation of her acoustic-electric show

 

 

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Alessia D'Andrea - Voice/Piano
Roberto Diana/Florian Opahle - Guitars
Franco Catricalà - Bass
Alex Bonacci - Drums

 

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Alessia D'Andrea - DVD "Live in Studio"

Presentazione videoclip - "The flight"

Videoclip ufficiale "Tonight"

Live con i Jethro Tull - Pistoia Blues


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