"Ponte Rialto" and "Amore sul mare", "Quanto Costa" and "Bella Napoli": Roy Bianco and the Abbrunzati Boys have been pulling out all the stops for years to fulfil all Italian clichés without compromise - according to their own narrative, of course, for decades. According to their fictitious narrative, the band formed on Lake Garda back in 1982 and their breakthrough came two years later when they won the award for best up-and-coming artist at an international pop festival in Rio de Janeiro. This was followed by tours in Germany and guest appearances in the old Eastern Bloc countries of the 1980s - until they split up in 1997 and celebrated a comeback in 2016. A beautiful legend.
In this respect, it was only logical that after such a long, in every respect fairytale career, their debut album in 2020 was called "Greatest Hits" - and then actually reached number 1 in the German album charts. Bianco and his boys followed this up in 2022 with "Mille Grazie" - and have now released their next album entitled "Kult". Exactly what the band itself is. On their tour, which will also take them to the Olympic Hall on 15 November 2024, they will play old and new hits from their colourful compendium. Da capo!