Giovanni Truppi About

Giovanni Truppi (Naples, February 21, 1981) is an Italian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.

Raised in Naples, he began studying piano from the age of 7 and then, in his teens, he also started playing guitar.

From 1999 to 2003 Giovanni Truppi was leader of the rock group Le Baccanti, with whom he won Rock Targato Italia (2003) and participated in the Neapolis Rock Festival (2002). In 2004 he released his first solo single, “La Zzzanzara”.

At 23 he moved to Rome, where he continued his musical studies and perfected his singing technique, becoming in turn a teacher of the singing instrument, and carried out an intense live activity, also dedicating himself to jazz and music for images.

In 2008 he holds concerts in the United States (Boston and New York), where he plays with Dana Colley (Morphine, Twineman) and Geoff Farina (Karate).

In 2009 he released his debut album There is a me inside me.

Over the years Truppi has collaborated with the writer Antonio Moresco for the writing of the song "Letter to Pope Francis", received the Nuovo Imaie Award for the best interpretation at the Tenco Award, participated as a guitarist in the recordings of the Graziosa album Utopia di Edda, was nominated for the Nastri D'Argento for the best original song for "Love that does not know how to be in the world", composed for the homonymous film by Francesca Comencini and wrote "La Domenica", a song that is part of the soundtrack and text of the play The sky is not a backdrop by the Deflorian / Tagliarini company.

Giovanni Truppi Albums