Concert - Event posted by elena
Wednesday 12 August 2020, at 9.30 pm, the Museo dei Ferri taglienti of Scarperia, in Palazzo dei Vicari, will host the Last Minute Dirty Quartet of the School for the review 'The Museum in Music 2020' of the Mountain Union of Municipalities of Mugello Municipal Music of Borgo San Lorenzo 'Marco da Gagliano' of the Camerata de 'Bardi, in collaboration with the Pro Loco of Scarperia, with the patronage of the Tuscany Region.
The quartet is made up of Marco Bello - voice, harmonica and acoustic guitar -, Simone Drago - electric guitar and backing vocals -, Luca Ceccarelli - double bass and backing vocals -, Simone Vignoli - drums -; title of the evening 'Old School Jazz & Blues Vibe'.
An intense program for this midsummer night dedicated to the greatest masterpieces of the Italian, European and international jazz, blues, swing, country and rock'n'roll repertoires.
The Last Minute Dirty Quartet will open the evening with the performance of the 1958 jazz-pop single by Nina Simone 'My Baby just cares for Me', chosen as the soundtrack of the TV advertising campaign for the perfume Chanel n. 5, then move on to the king of rock Elvis Presley and his single 'Heartbreak Hotel' from 1956, inspired by the terrible news of the suicide of a young boy who had left written a singular farewell ticket "I walk in a lonely strett" [I walk on a lonely road], written by Tommy Durden and Mae Boren Axton the previous year.
And again Ray Charles with his single 'Hallelujah I love her so', based on his eponymous record debut album, released by Atlantic Records in 1957, for a mix of genres that from Rythm & Blues, goes to Blues and arrives at Soul.
Jazz, pop, blues and rock vibrations cross our peninsula with Paolo Conte, Renato Carosone, Fred Buscaglione, Adriano Celentano, the duo Giorgio Gaber-Enzo Jannacci and their immortal pages of the author's song, from 'Via con me' to 'Good evening Miss', passing through 'Svalutation'.
For pop and rock'n'roll, Nancy Sinatra cannot miss with her hit 'These boots are made for walkin', a single adopted by American troops during the Vietnam War and chosen by Stanley Kubrick for the soundtrack of her film set in that historical period, titled 'Full Metal Jacket' of 1987.
The evening ends with John Denver's single 'Take me home, country roads' from 1971, from the album 'Poems, Prayers and Promises', a musical journey through the landscapes of Virginia, winner of the Grammy Hall of Fame Award for his great historical and qualitative value.
Free and free admission while seats last.
The public is reminded that reservations are not required, that the current rules for social distancing will be followed, that it is mandatory to wear a mask and that you must not enter the concert if the body temperature is equal to or greater than 37.5 °.
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