Fabrizio Moro is an Italian singer and songwriter. In 1996 he released his first single “Per tutta un’altra destinazione”. The first album, “Fabrizio Moro”, was released in 2000, the year in which he participated for the first time at the Festival di Sanremo in the section Giovani. In 2004, he took part in the Italianos para siempre collection with two songs. Still in the same year, the single “Eppure pretendevi di essere chiamata amore” was released and took part in the Fandango festival. In 2005 the single “Ci vuole un business” was released. The song was used by the Italian Red Cross for their social campaigns. It was also included in Moro’s second album, released in the same year. In 2007 he participated in the Festival di Sanremo in the section Giovani with the song “Pensa”, dedicated to the victims of the mafia. In March 2007 his third studio album “Pensa” was released, certified platinum as was the single with the sem titel. In the same year he was awarded the Lunezia Prize.
Subsequently the single “Parole rumori e giorni” was released, the video of which brought him the Rome Videoclip 2007 award. Also in the summer of 2007 Fabrizio presented his new album live in some summer events. He opened at concerts on the tour of Vasco Rossi. He also took part in Festivalbar 2007. In 2008 Moro participated in the Festival di Sanremo. Shortly after the festival, his fourth album “Domani” was released. One of the singles, “Libero” was used as the soundtrack of of the TV series I liceali.
In 2010 he took part in the Festival di Sanremo with the song “Non è una canzone”. His sixth album “Ancora Barabba” was released in the same year. In the summer of 2010, Moro made a tour throughout Italy. A new album followed in 2011, DVD and double CD “Atlantico Live”. The song is also the final theme of the documentary 148 Stefano monstri.
Apart from his own work, he also wrote a song for Noemi for the Festival of Sanremo. In 2013 he collaborated with the indie rock group Il Parto delle Nuvole Pesanti. He also wrote songs for Emma Marone’s new album. On May 23, 2014 he performed in Piazza San Giovanni in Rome for the closure of the election campaign for the European elections of the 5 Star Movement.
In June 2015 the singer participated in the third edition of the Summer Festival with the song “Alessandra sarà sempre più bella”. Moro played the role of a professor in the 2015 television broadcast Amici di Maria De Filippi. In 2016, he took part in the Festival di Sanremo again, now writing a song for Valerio Scanu. On 1st May 2016 he took part in the May 1st Concert. A year later, he took part in the Festival di Sanremo himself with the song “Portami via”.
Together with Ermal Meta, Moro took part in the festival of San Remo 2018 with the song “Non mi avete fatto niente”. The song won the first prize in San Remo. When asked to represent Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest, the two decided to say yes. On June 16, 2018 he held his first concert at the Olympic Stadium in Rome, which was attended by about 20,000 spectators.
April 12, 2019 marks the return of Fabrizio Moro with his tenth album “Figli di nessuno”, followed by the single “Ho bisogno di credere”.In June the single “Figli di nessuno (amianto)” was released, followed in August by “Per me”. At the end of the year, Fabrizio visited Italy with the Figli di nessuno tour.
On May 22, 2020 Moro released a new version of the 2008 single “Il senso di ogni cosa”. On November 20, the “Canzoni d’amore nascoste” collection album was released, a selection of songs recorded, for the most part, in Moro’s early career presented in a completely new guise, as well as two unpublished ones. At the same time the single “Melodia di giugno” was released. On February 16, 2021, the single “Voglio stare con te” was extracted from the collection.
In February 2022 he took part in the Festival di Sanremo with the song “Sei tu”, with which he ranks 12th. This is followed by the release of the EP “La mia voce” and his first film, Ghiaccio. On 13 May the second excerpt from the EP, “Oggi”, was released.