RENATO ZERO “Autoritratto” is the new album out on December 8th. And the tour from March (Info and Tickets)

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“Autoritratto” is the title of the new album of unreleased Renato Zero releases on Friday 8 December.

Zero returns to amaze his audience once more, announcing a work destined to trace, with the most beautiful Zerian calligraphy, an unpublished page of his very rich artistic production and over fifty years of musical career.



The surprises are not over: to retrace the most iconic moments of Zero’s musical history, the “Mille e uno Zero” series arrives in shops and on newsstands in 15 releases starting from December 22nd (Tattica editions, distributed by Independent Mente ). Fifteen unprecedented titles, with authentic rarities, live and studio albums never released on vinyl, for an emotional and poetic journey into the songs, historic interpretations and transformations of the most revolutionary artist in Italian music. All releases will be enriched by an unpublished and precious file containing archive photos and iconic images.


Renato Zero cannot stay away from his loyal audience and re-establishes his embrace with his fans by announcing today a series of live performances produced by Tattica which, starting next March, will see him protagonist of unmissable event concerts, the perfect opportunity to listen live the songs contained in Autoritratto and the best of his entire repertoire.


Tickets for the new dates will be available from 11am on 7 December 2023.

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