Synonyms for tony_tammaro or Related words with tony_tammaro

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Examples of "tony_tammaro"
Tutto Tony Tammaro (Italian for "All Tony Tammaro") is the double CD greatest hits by Neapolitan parody singer-songwriter Tony Tammaro. It was released in 1999 and included all songs composed by the singer during his musical career.
All tracks were written and composed by Tony Tammaro
All tracks were written and composed by Tony Tammaro
All tracks were written and composed by Tony Tammaro
Monnezzarium (pun word for Garbage) is the fifth studio album by Neapolitan singer-songwriter Tony Tammaro.
Nun Chiagnere Marì (Neapolitan for "Don't Cry, Mary") is the second studio album by Neapolitan parody singer-songwriter Tony Tammaro.
In 1993 Tony Tammaro was the winner of the 4th edition of Festival di Sanscemo with the song "E v'a facite appere".
Prima Cassetta di Musica Tamarra (Italian for "First tape of "tamarra" music") is the first studio album by Neapolitan parody singer-songwriter Tony Tammaro.
Tony Tammaro and his band released "The Dark Side of the Moonnezz" in June 2005. "Moonnezz" is a phonetic pun since it sounds like "munnezz", the Neapolitan word for garbage.
Se Potrei Avere Te (Italian for ""If I could have you"") is the fourth studio album release by Neapolitan parody singer-songwriter Tony Tammaro. The verb "Potrei" is conditional in Italian and it should not be used in that case.
The Dark Side of the Moonnezz is the sixth studio album by Neapolitan parody singer-songwriter Tony Tammaro. It is the last after a long break for studio recording of eight years, during which the singer performed in tours.
In 1997 Tammaro returned to the studio to record the album "Monnezzarium" and released "'O trerrote" as the first single. Tammaro released his greatest hits album "Tutto Tony Tammaro" in 1999. It is a double album and each of two CDs is made up of twentyfour songs.
In this album, Tony Tammaro shows who are tamarri (i.e. rough people that imitate manners of high society) in his home city and starts to talk about Neapoletan society with his funny songs. The lead track is "Patrizia", that became very popular and helped him to have a successful career.
Da Granto Farò il Cantanto (Italian for ""When I grow up, I'll be a singer"") is the third studio album release by Neapolitan parody singer-songwriter Tony Tammaro. The words "Granto" and "Cantanto" are written in a wrong way because you may write "Grande" and "Cantante" in correct Italian.
Modern Italian singers and musicians from Campania include Peppino di Capri, Renato Carosone, Edoardo Bennato, Eugenio Bennato, Mario Merola, Sergio Bruni, Aurelio Fierro, Roberto Murolo, Tony Tammaro, Teresa De Sio, Eduardo De Crescenzo, Alan Sorrenti, Toni Esposito, Tullio De Piscopo, Massimo Ranieri, Pino Daniele, James Senese and his group Napoli Centrale, Enzo Avitabile, Enzo Gragnaniello, Nino D'Angelo, Gigi D'Alessio, 99 Posse, Almamegretta, Bisca, 24 Grana.
Tony Tammaro, with the stage name of Vincenzo Sarnelli (born January 7, 1961 in Naples), is an Italian parody singer/songwriter. The main theme of Tammaro's lyrics are "tamarri", a term taken from Neapolitan dialect, which indicates someone who is vulgar, miseducated, and often boasting a flourishing behaviour. The term could also be translated as "rednecks", to indicate its derogatory nature; however, it presents no connections with the original term in regards of its rural background. In his songs, Tammaro uses irony to describe the "tamarri", from which his own stage name is derived.