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Motta is a singer, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter. He was “artistically born” at the age of just twenty in 2006 with the Criminal Jokers band, but at the same time he was also involved in other important musical work. His versatility was a great asset when he worked with Nada (he played the bass, electronic keyboard and guitar and was in the vocals), Pan del Diavolo (drums), Zen Circus (sound technician on their “Andate tutti affanculo” tour) and Giovanni Truppi (guitar and electronic keyboard). He composed the sound tracks of  “Pororoca”, “Dollhouse”, “The Tell-Tale Heart” and “Good Bye Darlin I’m Off to Fight”. “La Fine dei Vent’Anni” is his first solo album, in which the lyrics, music and arrangements are his own. Some of the tracks were written jointly with the album’s producer, Riccardo Sinigallia. His second studio album, “Vivere o morire”, produced by Taketo Gohara, was released in 2018. He performed in the Sanremo Music Festival 2019 because he felt the need to sing his song, “Dov’è l’Italia”, to an Italian public. He performed on the duet night with Nada and won. In 2019 he was involved in the “Faber nostrum” album, a homage to Fabrizio De André, in which a number of Italian singers performed a song by the singer-songwriter from Genoa. Motta’s cover song was “Verranno a Chiederti del Nostro Amore”.


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