Ivan Segreto

A singer-songwriter, he came to success in 2004 with Porta vagnu, an easy listening song in the Sicilian language with jazz sounds.

Porta vagnu is also the title of his debut album, produced by Federico Fiorentino and released by Sony, which immediately brought Ivan Segreto to the attention of the public and critics (the album was named best debut album 2004 in the Music and Records magazine charts).

Since 2004 he has opened Franco Battiato‘s concerts.
In 2005, confirming his passion for jazz and swing, he released Fidate correnti, an album produced by Marti Jane Robertson and released once again by Sony.

In 2006 he participated in the 56th Sanremo Festival in the “Giovani” category with the song Con un gesto.
Eliminated during the third night, the song was included on the reissue of his second record Fidate correnti.

June 2007 saw the release of the third album Ampia, released by Epic, which features appearances by Franco Battiato, Paolo Fresu and Giovanni Sollima. In the same year he received the “Lunezia Radio In Blue Award” for the musical-literary quality of his songs.

In October 2011, the fourth record Chiaro was released, preceded by the EP Ristoro released in June of the same year.
Until 2016 he takes Integra in Live around Italy and in 2017 he was involved in the album Folli voli by singer-songwriter Grazia Di Michele (nominated for the 2017 Targa Tenco for best performer) by recording a cover of Falling Slowly, a song by Glen Hansard.

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