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Birth name  Roberto Satti
Role  Singer
Name  Bobby Solo
Years active  (1960s–present)
Occupation(s)  Singer

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Born  18 March 1945 (age 70) Rome, Italy (1945-03-18)
Genres  Traditional popular music
Movies  Una lacrima sul viso, Zingara
Spouse  Tracy Quade (m. 1995), Sophie Teckel (m. 1967–1991)
Children  Alain Satti, Chantal Satti, Muriel Satti, Veronica Satti
Albums  Bobby Solo, Ricordi...(o melhor da musica italiana)
Similar People  Little Tony, Gigliola Cinquetti, Edoardo Vianello, Fausto Leali, Mino Reitano

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Bobby Solo (born Roberto Satti, 18 March 1945) is an Italian singer, musician and film actor.

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Singing career

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In 1964, Solo participated in the Sanremo Music Festival with the song "Una lacrima sul viso" ("A Tear on your Face", written by "Lunero"), but he was disqualified for singing with playback which was contrary to the festival regulations. The song, however, became a global hit. It was the first record to sell over one million copies in Italy, and global sales exceeded three million. It was awarded a gold disc. In the following year Solo won in the festival with the song "Se piangi, se ridi". He participated with the same song in the Eurovision Song Contest and finished in fifth place.

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Again in 1969 Solo participated in the Sanremo Festival, with the song "Zingara", together with Iva Zanicchi. His last participation in the festival was in 2003 (together with Little Tony), singing "Non si cresce mai".

Film career

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Solo sang and played singing performers in several Italian, French and American films, including

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  • Tears on Your Face (1964)
  • Viale della canzone (1965)
  • Zingara (1969)
  • "FF.SS." – Cioè: "...che mi hai portato a fare sopra a Posillipo se non mi vuoi più bene?" (1983)
  • Barcelona (1994)
  • 5x2 (2004)
  • I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry (2007)
  • Personal life

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    Solo was born in Rome to an Istrian mother and Friulan father. In December 1967 he married Sophie Teckel, a French ballet dancer. They had three children, son Alain (b. 1968) and daughters Chantal (b. 1971) and Muriel (b. 1975). The couple divorced in 1991, after which Solo married Tracy Quade, a Korean-American hostess, and moved to the United States. Solo had a fourth child between the marriages.

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