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New single for Antonia Laganà, on radio and in digital stores with the single “Come muscoli” (Fry Music Records). The song, written in collaboration with Fabio Barnaba, also gives the title to the artistic project that the well-known Calabrian singer-songwriter offers to the general public, a project that includes a set of singer-songwriter songs in which the artist expresses and describes emotions through strongly metaphorical messages. The title recalls the idea that there is an invisible and strong thread suspended between soul and body. The one is the soundtrack of the other.
Antonia: “Just as muscles are the physical part that sustains a man in the challenges of life, so do feelings come into existence by facing with strength or weakness the passions of being human.”
Antonia Laganà born in Reggio Calabria in 1991, is a singer-interpreter, songwriter.
From an early age she discovered a passion for music, and when she was only eleven years old she began the study of singing, at the A.M.S. association in Reggio Calabria.
After several musical experiences throughout Italy, she became known to the general public in 2013 following her participation in the first edition of the program “The Voice of Italy” on Rai 2, in Noemi’s team; in the stages of the program, she made her mark with her interpretations of the songs “Notturno” by Mia Martini and “A te” by Jovanotti. In the same year, she joined Noemi as a backing vocalist on the TV program “Prima le ragazze” channel La7, on the notes of the song “Let it be” by The Beatles.
In 2017, she was among the 16 finalists, chosen by the music commission chaired by the artistic director of the 68th Sanremo Festival (Claudio Baglioni), performing in prime time on RAI 1 at the program “Sarà Sanremo,” with the song in the competition entitled “Parli” by maestro Fabio Barnaba.
Throughout his career he has received numerous awards and honors, including the “Mia Martini Award – best interpretation” in 2008 with the song “Ancora un po’ di te” by maestro Domenico Severino.
In 2020, he joined the Hoop Music project “The Music Circle,” under the artistic direction of Red Canzian and didactics of Giancarlo Genise, as a singing teacher as well as referent for the province of Reggio Calabria. Over the years, he also performs in numerous concerts with a repertoire that embraces pop music from the 1960s to the present day, the world of Latin songs, standard ballads, blues and folk songs, Mia Martini, Eduardo de Crescenzo, Fiorella Mannoia and Luigi Tenco some of the beloved Italian song artists; but, he knows that he also belongs to the world of R&B: Alicia Keys, Jill Scott, Dionne Warwick and Stevie Wonder.