I've made a "D.O.C." record - Zucchero

“I’ve made a D.O.C. record” – Zucchero

D.O.C., a new album of brand new material “of certified origin”, authentic, genuine and of the highest quality. It will be released worldwide on November 8th, and it is available now for preorder.

D.O.C. contains 11 songs + 3 bonus tracks:

1. Spirito Nel Buio
2. Soul Mama
3. Cose Che Già Sai ft. Frida Sundemo
4. Testa o Croce
5. Freedom
6. Vittime del Cool
7. Sarebbe Questo il Mondo
8. La Canzone Che Se Ne Va
9. Badaboom (Bel Paese)
10. Tempo Al Tempo
11. Nella Tempesta

12. My Freedom (Bonus Track)
13. Someday (Bonus Track)
14. Don’t Let It Be Gone ft. Frida Sundemo (Bonus Track)

LA CANZONE CHE SE NE VA

The new single

Tour 2020

APR

BYRON BAY, AU – BYRON BAY BLUESFEST

POSTPONED

15 APR

ZACATECAS, MX – THE ZACATECAS CULTURAL FESTIVAL 2020

POSTPONED

17 APR

LOS ANGELES, CA – SABAN THEATRE

POSTPONED

18 APR

EL CAJON (SAN DIEGO), CA – THE MAGNOLIA PAC

POSTPONED

19 APR

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – PALACE OF FINE ARTS THEATRE

POSTPONED

21 APR

PORTLAND, OR – REVOLUTION HALL

POSTPONED

22 APR

SEATTLE, WA – NEPTUNE THEATRE

POSTPONED

23 APR

VANCOUVER, CA – CHAN CENTRE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

POSTPONED

25 APR

NEW YORK, NY – BEACON THEATER

POSTPONED

26 APR

NIAGARA FALLS, ON CANADA – FALLS VIEW CASINO RESORT – AVALON SHOWROOM

POSTPONED

27 APR

MONTRÉAL, QC CANADA – L’OLYMPIA

POSTPONED

29 APR

CHICAGO, IL – VIC THEATRE

POSTPONED

1 MAY

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – HARD ROCK CASINO – SOUNDWAVES

POSTPONED

2 MAY

BOSTON, MA – BERKLEE PERFORMANCE CENTER

POSTPONED

3 MAY

MASHANTUCKET, CT – FOXWOOD CASINO – FOX THEATRE

POSTPONED

5 MAY

WASHINGTON, DC – THE HOWARD THEATRE

POSTPONED

6 MAY

ATLANTA, GA – CENTER STAGE

POSTPONED

7 MAY

TAMPA, FL – TAMPA THEATRE

POSTPONED

8 MAY

MIAMI, FL – OLYMPIA THEATER

POSTPONED

24 JUN

ROVINJ, HR – ROVINJ SUMMER FESTIVAL

26 JUN

PODGORICA, ME – CITY GROOVE FESTIVAL

28 JUN

BUCHAREST, RO – ARENELE ROMANE

30 JUN

ODESSA, UA – ODESSA ACADEMIC THEATRE

1 JUL

CHISINAU, MD – TEATRUL VERDE

2 JUL

KIEV, UA – INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF CULTURE AND ARTS

31 OCT

INNSBRUCK, AU – OLYMPIAHALLE

1 NOV

GRAZ, AU – STADHALLE

3 NOV

LJUBLJANA, SLO – ARENA STOZICE

4 NOV

VIENNA, AU – STADHALLE

6 NOV

LUXEMBOURG, LU – ROCKHAL

7 NOV

LYON, FR – AMPHITEATRE

8 NOV

BRUSSELS, BE – FOREST NATIONAL

11 NOV

BORDEAUX, FR – ARKEA ARENA

14 NOV

MARSEILLE, FR – LE DÔME

15 NOV

NICE, FR – PALAIS NIKAIA

17 NOV

PARIS, FR – ACCORSHOTELS ARENA POPOB

19 NOV

LEIPZIG, DE – ARENA

20 NOV

HAMBURG, DE – BARCLAYCARD ARENA

21 NOV

BERLIN, DE – MERCEDES-BENZ ARENA

24 NOV

STUTTGART, DE – SCHLEYERHALLE

25 NOV

MUNICH, DE – OLYMPIAHALLE

27 NOV

FRANKFURT, DE – FESTHALLE

28 NOV

DÜSSELDORF, DE – ISS DOME

29 NOV

AMSTERDAM, NL – ZIGGO DOME

1 DEC

LILLE, FR – ZÉNITH ARENA

2 DEC

LINGEN, DE – EMSLAND ARENA

5 DEC

ZURICH, CH – HALLENSTADION

8 DEC

ZAGREB, HR – LISINSKI

23 APR 2021

VERONA, IT – ARENA
(previously September 22, 2020)

24 APR 2021

VERONA, IT – ARENA
(previously September 23, 2020)

25 APR 2021

VERONA, IT – ARENA
(previously September 24, 2020)

27 APR 2021

VERONA, IT – ARENA
(previously September 25, 2020)

28 APR 2021

VERONA, IT – ARENA
(previously September 26, 2020)

29 APR 2021

VERONA, IT – ARENA
(previously September 27, 2020)

30 APR 2021

VERONA, IT – ARENA
(previously September 29, 2020)

1 MAY 2021

VERONA, IT – ARENA
(previously September 30, 2020)

2 MAY 2021

VERONA, IT – ARENA
(previously October 1, 2020)

4 MAY 2021

VERONA, IT – ARENA
(previously October 2, 2020)

5 MAY 2021

VERONA, IT – ARENA
(previously October 3, 2020)

6 MAY 2021

VERONA, IT – ARENA
(previously October 4, 2020)

7 MAY 2021

VERONA, IT – ARENA
(previously October 6, 2020)

8 MAY 2021

VERONA, IT – ARENA
(previously October 7, 2020)

13 MAGGIO 2021

LONDON, UK – ROYAL ALBERT HALL
(previously June 11, 2020)

14 MAY 2021

MANCHESTER, UK – BRIDGEWATER HALL
(previously June 7, 2020)

16 MAY 2021

LONDON, UK – ROYAL ALBERT HALL
(previously June 10, 2020)

18 MAY 2021

GLASGOW, UK – ROYAL CONCERT HALL
(previously June 6, 2020)

12 JUN 2021

SIERRE, CH – SIERRE BLUES FESTIVAL
(previously June 13, 2020)

13 JUL 2021

BARCELONA, ES – PALAU DE LA MÚSICA
(previously June 22, 2020)

16 JUL 2021

MADRID, ES – NOCHES DEL BOTÁNICO(previously June 21, 2020)

166 concerts on 5 continents, travelling through 136 cities in 48 countries

166 concerts on 5 continents, travelling through 136 cities in 48 countries… These are just some of the numbers from the world tour which has seen Zucchero take the stage in such prestigious theatres as the Royal Albert Hall in London, the Sydney Opera House and the Coliseo in Buenos Aires, as well as at some of Europe’s major music festivals, including British Summer Time in London’s Hyde Park and the Cornbury Festival…

2016 - 2018

2 YEARS ON TOUR

Discover this special dedicated to Zucchero's tours over the last two years: the Black Cat World Tour, the Wanted Italian Tour and Summer Events & Festivals 2018.

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Wherever I lay my hat, that's my home

Adelmo Fornaciari was born in Roncocesi on 25th September 1955. He later moved to Forte dei Marmi in Tuscany where, between 1970 & 1978 he formed his first R&B bands: ‘Le Nuove Luci’, ‘Sugar & Daniel’ and ‘Sugar & Candies’. By that time he was already known as Zucchero, a nickname given to him by one of his school teachers.

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