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Laura Pausini

Italian Singer
Female
Born May 16, 1974

Laura Alice Rossella Pausini, omri is an Italian soul singer-songwriter. She debuted in 1993, winning the newcomer artists' section of the 43rd Sanremo Music Festival with the song "La solitudine", which became an Italian standard and an international hit, reaching the top spot on the Italian Singles Chart and the top 10 in France and the Netherlands.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1974 Birth Born on May 16, 1974.

TEENAGE

1985 - 1987 2 More Events
1991 17 Years Old In 1991 she participated in the Castrocaro Music Festival singing Liza Minnelli's "New York, New York", but she failed to reach the final stage of the competition. … Read More
1992 18 Years Old Despite being declared joint winner with another contestant, Pausini was not allowed to compete in the Sanremo Music Festival 1992. … Read More
Pausini performed it for the first time on 23 February 1993, during the first semifinal of the contest.

TWENTIES

In February 1994, Pausini participated for the second time in the Sanremo Music Festival, competing in the "Big Artists" section with her entry "Strani amori". … Read More
1995 - 1998 8 More Events
To promote the album, Pausini began in early 1999 the La Mia Risposta World Tour '99, during which she performed in theatres throughout Europe.
2000 26 Years Old In 2000, she recorded the song "The Extra Mile" for the soundtrack of the movie Pokémon 2000: The Power of One. … Read More
Tra te e il mare received a nomination for Album of the Year at the Premio Italiano della Musica, while Pausini was nominated for Best Female Artist during the same award ceremony, as well as in the first edition of the Italian Music Awards, held in February 2001. … Read More

THIRTIES

2004 30 Years Old In October 2004 Pausini released her eight studio album, Resta in ascolto, and its Spanish-language counterpart, Escucha. Influenced by international artists including Phil Collins and Celine Dion, the recording is on the subject of a break-up and was written in 2002, during her separation from her ex-boyfriend and producer Alfredo Cerruti. … Read More
Its Spanish version later won Best Female Pop Vocal Album at the Latin Grammy Awards of 2005 and Best Latin Pop Album at the 48th Grammy Awards, making Pausini the first Italian female artist to win a Grammy Award.
…  In 2006 she also became the first Italian female artist to win a Grammy Award, receiving the accolade for Best Latin Pop Album for the record Escucha. … Read More
2007 - 2008 4 More Events
Pausini grew up listening to Aznavour's songs, and in a January 2009 interview on France 2's Vivement Dimanche hosted by Michel Drucker, Aznavour said of Pausini that "she knows the lyrics my songs better than me." In November 2009 the album won Best Female Album at the Latin Grammy Awards. … Read More
2010 36 Years Old On 30 December 2010, Pausini announced her eleventh studio album, Inedito / Inédito, released both in Italian and Spanish on 11 November 2011.
2011 37 Years Old 1 More Event
The title and the tracklist of the album were announced through Pausini's website on 10 September 2011. … Read More
…  The CD included in the new edition of Inedito also features a live medley performed by Pausini on New Year's Eve 2012, as well as a duet with Venezuelan singer Carlos Baute on the track "Las cosas que no me espero", released as a single in Spain and the Americas.
On 26 February 2013, in order to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of her career, Pausini released a medley including the original versions in Italian, Spanish and English of the song which launched her career in 1993, "La solitudine". … Read More

FORTIES

The concert she gave in Taormina, featuring several guests, was conceived as the first Italian "one woman show", and it was broadcast by Rai Uno in May 2014. … Read More
2015 41 Years Old 1 More Event
During 2015, she will also continue her tour, with concerts in Australia and Russia.
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