The disappearance of the famous Neapolitan singer-songwriter and cabaret artist Federico Salvatore it was announced by his wife, Flavia D'Alessio, through a social media post.
He left in an hour, I didn't get to say goodbyeFlavia D'Alessio
In the 2021, the recovery of the artist at the Ospedale del Mare had aroused concern among fans. Shortly before, he had announced the release of his new album satirical, 'Ah... 25 years later', later postponed due to his health conditions.
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Federico Salvatore's career
Launched in 1994 by Maurizio Costanzo, Federico Salvatore it sold 700 copies and conquered double platinum in 1995 thanks to the song 'Azz'.
In 1996, the artist also participated in the Sanremo Festival.
The beginnings and success
Growing up in Naples, Federico Salvatore began to self-taught playing the guitar at just eight years old. Abandoning his law studies, he dedicated himself full-time to a career as a singer-songwriter, making his theater debut in the XNUMXs.
His participation in the Maurizio Costanzo Show gave him great fame nationwide and boosted sales of his albums 'Azz...' and 'The Wizard of Azz'.
Participation in Festivalbar and Sanremo
In 1995, Federico Salvatore was regular guest at the Festivalbar and, later, participated in the Sanremo Festival in 1996.
He chose to present a dramatic song, 'Sulla porta', in stark contrast to the ironic and amusing style of his previous works.
The transition to denunciation music
After the period of maximum success, the artist continued to produce quality albums and, in 2002, with 'The obscene village', he veered towards denunciation music, focusing on the problems of Italy and, in particular, of Naples.
This choice led him to isolate himself from the world of entertainment, but without regrets.
The return to television and the last album
Federico Salvatore reappeared on television in 2007, participating in the Rai Uno Apocalypse Show program, hosted by Gianfranco Funari.
In 2021, he released 'Ah... 25 years later', a celebratory album of his greatest success, but during the promotion he was struck by an illness that led him to hospitalization.
Private life: wife and children
Federico Salvatore and Flavia D'Alessio, his partner for several years, have had four children:
The eldest son followed in his father's footsteps, embarking on a career as an artist in musicals.