1993: the year in which Laura Pausini won the Sanremo Festival with “La solitudine”. From that moment onwards, all along her hit-studded career, the best-loved Italian singer in the world has never stopped topping international charts.
The acknowledgements received during these memorable two decades include the Grammy Award, won in 2006 (first Italian woman ever), 3 Latin Grammy Awards, 7 Telegatti, 6 Wind Music Awards, 5 World Music Awards, 5 ASCAP Latin Music Awards, 3 Lo Nuestro Awards, 2 Billboard Latin Awards, 1 Platinum Globo, one NRJ Award, one Ischia Music Award and lately the Icon award. Laura Pausini has collaborated with top Italian and international voices: Luciano Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli, Michael Bublé, Ray Charles, Phil Collins, Celine Dion, Shakira, Mariah Carey, Michael Jackson and many others. All her albums were released worldwide in Italian and Spanish versions, with songs performed in Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, English, and French. Eight world tours which took her to the most prestigious stages in the world, such as the Paris Olympia, the Royal Albert Hall in London, the Madison Square Garden in New York, just to name a few.
The 2018 is the musical return of Laura, her new album “Fatti sentire” “Hazte sentir” will be release in March anticipated by the single “Non è detto” – “Nadie ha dicho”.