Nomadi - evergreen Italian pop rock legends
Nomadi have been playing their popular brand of classic pop rock for longer than many of us have been alive. They began plying their trade in 1963, creating a sound that both predates the giants of middle of the road rock that were to follow, as well as pre-empting the elaborate style that the hippie generation would bring. They're still going to this day, and you can expect a mix of this kind of nostalgic '60s and '70s rock, as well as fresh takes on old numbers. Buy or sell Nomadi tickets on StubHub whenever you need – the band is always touring.
The cream of light Italian rock
Nomadi are an Italian language band, however that shouldn't stop English-speaking listeners from enjoying them, and they've certainly garnered a decent share of international fans over the many decades in which they've been performing. Their music these days focuses on simple arrangements, often stripped down to an acoustic guitar, bass, drums and vocals. The lyrics are given prominence in all the songs, and light rock ballads are a particular speciality of the band, overlaid with a good dose of Italian romance. They remind listeners as much of The Eagles as of classic pop rock balladeers like Chris de Burgh or Billy Joel. Their guitarist also has a love for the guitar tones of peerless Pink Floyd founding member David Gilmour, so rock fans can expect plenty of sweeping leads and swooping bends. All this classic rock pleasure can be had with Nomadi tickets, and you can get them right here.
Successful festival appearances amidst an MOR rock revival
Nomadi have seen their shares rise dramatically in recent years since the raft of nostalgic '70s and ''80s band reunited and started touring the European festival circuit. They followed suit, and it was a particularly successful performance at the San Remo Music Festival in 2006 that put them centre stage in the Italian music scene once again, with their adult-oriented rock finding favour with a newer and younger audience, as well as enchanting those who can still remember the days of the Summer of Love. They also won the Groups category, making them the most popular outfit of the festival that year. In 2003 they threw an ambitious three-day performance marathon to mark their 40th anniversary, with each night covering a different era in their long career as a band. It's this resurgent band, infused a with new energy, that people have been queuing to see in Italy, so why not join them and get some Nomadi tickets on StubHub now.
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