His first songs come from his love and deep knowledge of folk, blues and rock music and they will be remembered throughout the years for their strength to live and human resistance, whatever the topic or the story. In 1988 he releases his first album, San Valentino, recorded in London while 1990 is the year of Nessuna resa mai, produced by Little Seven. Drawing upon this unexpected success, Priviero will continue to release a lot of albums in the following years, mapping out an Italian interpretation of rock music, deeply inspired by American folk-rock. In 2010 Matteo Strukul, writer and journalist, publishes a book titled Nessuna resa mai- La strada, il rock e la poesia di Massimo Priviero, which is a biography of the artist. Priviero is also active in civic theatre (we mention, amongst others, Dall’Adige al Don together with Roberto Curatolo, Storie dell’altra Italia with the Gang and Daniele Biacchessi, and the most recent Migrazione with Giovanni Giusto). From 2012 he has started several collaborations: Folkrock with Michele Gazich, Ali di libertà, Terra e pace with the Luf. He has received numerous awards such as Premio Lunezia and Premio Enriquez. At the end of 2018 he celebrates his 30-year career at Teatro della Triennale in Milan. In the same period he writes the book Amore e rabbia that will be published in the spring of 2019.
Massimo Priviero: vocals, guitars;
Riccardo Maccabruni: keyboard, accordion;
Alex Cambise: guitars, mandolin, vocals.