| Fio Zanotti|| Musical Artist|
| 20 November 1949 (age 66) (1949-11-20) Bologna, Italy|
producer, arranger, conductor, composer, musician
Adelmo e i suoi Sorapis, Celso Valli, Maurizio Vandelli, Dodi Battaglia, Iskra Menarini
Fio Zanotti (born Fiorenzo Zanotti on 20 November 1949) is an Italian record producer, arranger, conductor, composer and multi-instrumentalist.
Born in Bologna, Zanotti graduated from the Conservatory of his hometown as a conductor. His first musical experiences were as an accordionist in the Linetti Orchestra and as the organist in the musical group Judas. The year 1980 was the turning point of his career when he started, during a tour, a long collaboration with Loredana Berté. From then Zanotti started collaborating with a great number of notable Italian artists and groups, including Pooh (to whom he produced and arranged many of their albums from the mis-1980s), Zucchero Fornaciari, Adriano Celentano, Vasco Rossi, Renato Zero, Francesco De Gregori, Spagna, Claudio Baglioni, Anna Oxa, Fiordaliso, Gianluca Grignani. In the 1990s he was a member of the supergroup Adelmo e i suoi Sorapis. From the late 1990s he participated as a conductor in numerous RAI television programs .
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