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Patrizio Buanne (Patrizio Franco Buanne) was born on 20 September, 1978 in Vienna, Austria, is a Singer.
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|Age||42 years old|
|Born||20 September 1978|
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Patrizio Buanne Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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|Source of Income||Singer|
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That same year, he released Life is Beautiful – Dankie-Suid Afrika (Universal-EMI Music), an album of South African pop standards, in which he recorded alongside singers such as Ladysmith Black Mambazo, duets in Afrikaans; as well as in Italian and English, being awarded by the South African Music Industry with the “SA’s Ambassadors Award”.
While working on his first Spanish speaking album, planning for a 2017 release, his first single, “Me Enamoré”, has been released and promoted as the main theme for the Mexican soap opera “El Vuelo de la Victoria”. His album, Italianissimo was released in February 2018. The songs he recorded for this album are Tia Amo; Su di noi; Bella notte/Non dimenticar; Volare; Ciao bambina; Eh Campari; Il cuore è uno zingaro; Brand New Word For Sexy; Only Your Love Takes Me Home; Angel; A puro dolor (Purest of Pain); Caruso; What Now My Love; Oh, Marie; Angelina/Zooma, Zooma; Esta Cobarida; Tú Y Yo; Te amo (Ti amo); Ángel; El Corazón Es Un Gitano (Il cuore è uno zingaro). He hopes to record a Christmas album by December 2019.
During his worldwide promotion of Viva la Dolce Vita, his team assured him the interest of more concerts not just through the United States, but also confirming national tours in 2016 and 2017 in Australia, South Africa, Europe, Latin America and Asia; presenting Patrizio with an award for worldwide multiplatinum sales and a release of the most popular songs of his first 10 years compiled in one CD, named BRAVO Patrizio (Universal Music).
In 2013, Patrizio dedicated an album to his German speaking fans, and particularly friends that he grew up with in Vienna, named Wunderbar (Warner Music GSA); where he melts in more Italian songs he grew up with, and original compositions combining the German and Italian language.
In 2011, and exactly on Patrizio’s birthday, this eponymous album made it to number 5 on the US Jazz Billboard charts, and was followed by his third concert tour, through Australia, New Zealand, Asia, South Africa and the United States, where he was invited to perform with Larry King and on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Buanne’s second album, Forever Begins Tonight, was released in 2007, and reached No. 15 in the UK and No. 7 on the US Billboard World Albums Chart. The album included an Italian version of the Robbie Williams’s song “Angels” (entitled “Un Angelo”).
Following The Italian’s international release, Buanne performed two mayor tours in 2006, including a six-week tour of theatres and concert venues in Australia, Asia, South Africa and Europe.
In October 2006, Buanne was invited by Dr. A. Kenneth Ciongoli, the chairman of the National Italian American Foundation, to perform at their annual gala in Washington, D.C. where he met the President of the United States.
In 2004, after years of reaching out to producers, he finally found a team that shared his goals, started to produce his album, and auditioned for several record companies, until he was signed by Lucian Grainge from Universal Music for a worldwide release. The album, The Italian, was finished in London at the Abbey Road Studios with the collaboration of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Released in February 2005, after 18 months of production, it reached the top ten in the charts in the United Kingdom, and sold over 100,000 copies by the first week following its release. The album was certified gold in the UK, Austria and Finland, platinum in New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Taiwan, double platinum in South Africa and even triple platinum in Australia.
When he was 17, a music industry manager proposed a performance on the occasion of the Papal visit in Wroclaw, Poland. The song, which was half in Italian and half in Polish, had been written for the opening mass, and with 85,000 people in attendance, the exposure led to his first record named Angelo di Dio in 1997. Tragically, it was also to be the year that his father died from virulent cancer, and the subsequent grief became such that Patrizio almost lost his own life to a perforated ulcer.
Patrizio Franco Buanne (born 20 September 1978) is a Neapolitan-Austrian baritone singer, songwriter, and producer..