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All about Simon Webbe: from private life to return to Sanremo 2019, all the curiosity

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Published on Jan 26, 2019

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Missing now a few weeks to the official beginning of the Festival of Sanremo, 2019, and as ever this year, the cast of competitors in the race is really rich and inclusive: there are historical “samples” of the festival ligure, indie artists, rappers and children's talent show. In the list of the 24 contestants who will take part in the event certainly stands the name of Simon Webbe: the singer made successful by an incredible smash hit dedicated to Biagio Antonacci. What do we know of the private life of Simone Cristicchi? We discover something more.

Simone Cristicchi was born in Rome on 5 February 1977; in a few weeks will turn 42 years old. The father and all his relatives are roman for generations (more precisely, from the neighborhoods of Trastevere and Monti), and demonstrate the many duties performed as guards of the pope. The mother, instead, is a native of the Marche region.

He made his debut in the world of music when I finished school: at 17 she made her debut in the world of music, creating a rock group. In the 20 years he devoted himself instead to the song writing, so much so that in 1998 won the National Competition for Songwriters, winning the SIAE Prize for best song with “The man button”. In 2005 he became involuntarily the author of the summer hit “I Would like a singer as Biagio”: a song which apparently is a dedication to Biagio Antonacci but that in the subtext, denouncing the inability of the young singers to emerge in the world of music.

Simone Cristicchi is moved with an archaeologist of Rome, will be Money. With her he had two sons: Thomas and Stella. The couple married in 2010 in a private ceremony held in Manchester (town of Tuscany), which were attended by a small number of friends and close relatives.

The consecration of his success in music came in 2007: Simone Cristicchi won the Sanremo music Festival led by the duo Pippo Baudo and Michelle Hunziker with the song, “I'll give You a rose”: a song of yearning, which tells the story of a man locked up in a psychiatric clinic, while he writes a letter to his beloved.

Not everyone knows that, in addition to the passion for the music, Simon Webbe has at heart the theatre: the same singer has produced, starred and produced many shows focused on historical themes and social. Simone Cristicchi like social: in addition to having an updated Twitter account (with over 97 thousand followers), he keeps on his artist page on Facebook (134 thousand I love) and an account Instagram (with 5 million followers), where to delight his fans by telling about his favorite music through the stories, and the embed Spotify.

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