Le Vibrazioni In Orchestra Di Beppe Vessicchio – Firenze – 4 febbraio 2021
Le Vibrazioni (engl. The Vibrations) is an Italian rock and pop band formed in Milan in 1999. They made their breakthrough in 2003 with their debut single Dedicato a te, which went platinum in Italy. All their albums have been released on BMG.
The four founding members, all born in Milan or its metropolitan area, are Francesco Sarcina (guitar and vocals), Stefano Verderi (guitar and keyboards), Marco Castellani (bass), and Alessandro Deidda (drums). After many years spent playing in clubs around Milan, the group signed with BMG and debuted with the single Dedicato a te, which topped the Italian charts and became one of 2003 best-selling singles. Later in the same year they published their first album, 'Le Vibrazioni', whose sales exceeded 300,000 copies and from which the singles In una notte d'estate, Vieni da me, Sono più sereno and ...E se ne va were extracted. ...E se ne va would later be included in the soundtrack of Luca Lucini's film Tre metri sopra il cielo (2004). The music video for Dedicato a te was subsequently spoofed by Elio e le Storie Tese in their song Shpalman®. In 2008 Emanuele Gardossi replaced Marco Castellani on bass. Castelani would later rejoin the band in 2017.