Franco Battiato

Franco Battiato
Franco Battiato

Franco Battiato has a Starscore of 245,186 and is No.25060 today on the Global social media chart

With a total of 714,221 Facebook fans and 6,014,309 YouTube views. Today Franco Battiato gained 238 Facebook fans and gained 7,504 YouTube views. His social media ranking has moved down 5 places in the daily Keyboard/Piano Chart to no.51 and remains at no.44 in the all time Keyboard/Piano Chart.

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Francesco (Franco) Battiato (born 23 March 1945 in Riposto, Sicily) is an Italian singer-songwriter, composer, filmmaker and, under the pseudonym Süphan Barzani, also a painter. Battiato's songs contain esoteric, philosophical and religious themes.He is and has been for decades one of the most popular pop singer-songwriters in Italy. His unique sound, song-crafting and especially his lyrics, often containing philosophical, religious, and culturally exotic references, as wells as tackling or painting universal themes about the human condition - unusual subjects for pop songs - earned him a unique spot on Italy's music scene, and the nickname of Il Maestro ('The Master', or 'The Teacher').Especially, but not only, at the beginning of his career, in the 70s and early 80s, his work was standing out sharply against the rest of Italian pop scene with sarcastic, provocative, and dark attitude and lyrics attacking ignorance, lack of professionalism, and the common expectations of popular audiences, including his own public.His work includes songwriting and joint production efforts with several Italian and international musicians and pop singers, including the long-lasting professional relationship with Italian singer Alice.His collaborations from 1994 onward with the nihilistic-cynical philosopher Manlio Sgalambro have added lyrical references to Emil Cioran, Friedrich Nietzsche and other anarchistic thinkers.Together with Alice, Franco Battiato represented Italy at the Eurovision Song Contest 1984 with the song I treni di Tozeur.