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Alan Sorrenti

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Name:Alan Sorrenti
Born:9-12-1950
Nationality:Italian
   
National Finals:
ESC Entries:Non so che darei (1980)
   
Website:Facebook/Alan

Biography

Sorrenti is an Italian singer and songwriter.  His  career began in the early 1970s; he released his first album, “Aria”, in 1972. In 1976, Alan Sorrenti shifted genre and released tracks more reminiscent of the dance genre. In late 1979 he scored a major European hit with the single “Tu sei l’unica donna per me”, since then covered in a number of different languages. Alan represented Italy in the 1980 Eurovision Song Contest with the song “Non so che darei”. He finished sixth in the contest but the track became one of that year’s bestselling entries in Continental Europe and Scandinavia after the winner Johnny Logan’s “What’s Another Year”.

Entries

Country:Italy
Year:1980
Language:Italian
   
Artist:Alan Sorrenti
Song:Non so che darei
Lyrics:Alan Sorrenti
Composer(s):Alan Sorrenti
Conductor:Del Newman
   
Backings:Unknown
Results 
Points:87
Position:6
Running order:6
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