From the 2020 italian music festival (Sanremo) to your wedding?

An Italian event well known abroad

The Sanremo’s festival is an evergreen event in Italy (the one just ended was the seventieth edition), also appreciated in the rest of the world. We at Professionalweddingdj watched it on television for trying to find something good to add in our DJ bag, for your wedding. And, even in this 2020 edition, there are many songs to save. 

For example, we really liked  Raphael Gualazzi  with Carioca (nice rhythm in Brazilian style ) and his cover of the piece of Mina “E se domani“ (dated 1964) played with the talented Simona Molinari:  jazz atmospheres that can make the difference even in elegant wedding parties, maybe at dinner…

We also appreciated Diodato (the winner of the 70th edition of Sanremo), especially during the duet with Nina Zilli, who proposed an elegant, refined and engaging cover version of “24.000 baci” (an old Adriano Celentano’s song). Well, the “queen” Nina Zilli (the name, Nina, is a tribute to Nina Simone!) evidently, made the difference again. On many occasions we put some of hes pieces, especially at the aperitif: listen to this “50.000” with Giuliano Palma.

We also report some interesting contributions among the international guests: Lewis Capaldi sang “Before You Go, Someone You Loved”. A romantic song, which some spouses have already asked me to use for cutting the cake, but … be careful! In fact, I warned them of the meaning, not entirely suitable for a couple who has just promised themselves eternal love. A short step makes it clear that it speaks of a finished love story:

I was getting kinda used to being someone you loved

Another guest was Tiziano Ferro, who performed many pieces, including “Sere nere” (Tiziano Ferro is is a singer very appreciated in Italy and abroad, especially in Latin America, Spain and elsewhere). Mika, who performed in Sanremo “Dear Jealousy”, “Happy Ending”, “Amore che vieni, amore che vai” is an artist loved by our spouses: from the song “Grace Kelly” (2006) to Ice Cream (this song dates back to last summer).

Finally, let’s talk about Dua Lipa, a special international guest who made the theater dance (and also the whole audience from home), with “Don’t Start Now”, which we still often play today at wedding parties, when it is time to dance. The ’70’s sound have a lot of connection with pieces from the past, which makes this single … timeless, as well as very “versatile”: in short, easy to find it in “Professionalweddingdj” wedding parties   .

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