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Tony Renis
Tony Renis Primo Piano.jpg
Tony Renis in the 1990s
Background information
Birth name Elio Cesari
Born (1938-05-13) 13 May 1938 (age 80)
Milan, Italy
Genres Adult contemporary, pop, vocal
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter, record producer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1958–2004
Labels Combo Record, La voce del padrone, RCA Italiana; Numero Uno, EMI Italiana, Warner Bros., et al.

Tony Renis (born May 13, 1938), stage name of Elio Cesari, is an Italian singer, composer, songwriter, music producer and film actor.

Life and career

Born in Milan, he debuted in the mid-1950s, paired with Adriano Celentano, performing an impression of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. In 1958, he signed to the label "Combo Record" as a singer and started releasing covers of Italian and American songs. In 1961, Renis debuted at the Sanremo Music Festival with the song "Pozzanghere".[1]

In 1962, Renis gained international success with the song "Quando, quando, quando", written with Alberto Testa and performed at the Sanremo Music Festival.[1] One year later, he won the same Festival with the song "Una per tutte", and, in 1967, he reached second place with the song "Quando dico che ti amo".[1]

In 1972, he composed the song "Grande grande grande" with Alberto Testa, successfully performed by Mina, and later by Shirley Bassey under the English translation title "Never Never Never" also covered by Vikki Carr, Celine Dion with Luciano Pavarotti, Julio Iglesias, Patrizio Buanne with Renee Olstead, and others.

In 1974, he won the Nastro d'Argento for the Best Score for the score of Brothers Blue.[2]

In the 1980s, Tony Renis mainly worked as music producer and, in 1981, he launched the career of Nikka Costa.[3]

In 1999, Renis received a Golden Globe Award and was nominated for an Oscar for the song "The Prayer", performed by Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli, from the Quest for Camelot movie soundtrack.[3]

In 2005, he won a David di Donatello for the song "Merry Christmas in Love" from the film Christmas in Love. The song was also nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Original Song at the 63rd Golden Globe Awards.

He received the America Award of the Italy-USA Foundation in 2016.

Selected discography

Tony Renis and Frank Sinatra celebrating a Gold record in 1985.
Tony Renis and Frank Sinatra celebrating a Gold record in 1985.

33s in Italy

45s in Italy

EP in Italy

33s abroad

45s abroad

  • 1963: Uno per tutte/Perché perché (His Master's Voice, 63072; published in Spain)
  • 1967: Quando dico che ti amo/Mi perderai (RCA Victor,MA 4073; published in Lebanon)
  • 1967: Quando dico che ti amo/Mi perderai (RCA Victor, 3-10202; published in Spain)
  • 1970: Cancion azul/Las noches de oro (RCA Victor, 3-10504; published in Spain)
  • 1971: Venise va mourir/Anonimo veneziano (CBS, 7606; published in France)
  • 1972: Grande grande grande/Un hombre entre la gente (Hispavox, HS 843; published in Spain)

EP abroad

  • 1962: Quando quando quando/Blu/Anch'io/Amor amor amor (A voz do dono, 7LEG 6019; published in Portugal)
  • 1963: Uno per tutte/Perche perche/Quando, quando, quando/Dancing (Tango per favore) (His Master's Voice, 7EG 8799; published in Great Britain)
  • 1963: Uno per tutte/Le ciliegie/Perché perché/Gli innamorati sono angeli (His Master's Voice, 7 EGS 271;published in Sweden)
  • 1963: Uno per tutte/Perché perché/Tango per favore/La tua mano (Cheque Disque, EMF 336; published in France)
  • 1964: Otto e mezzo/Un muchachito/Sorrisi di sera/Ti guarderò nel cuore (A voz do dono, 7LEM 3130; published in Portugal)

Filmography

Tony Renis with Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli in 2002.
Tony Renis with Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli in 2002.

References

  1. ^ a b c Marcello Giannotti. L'enciclopedia di Sanremo. Gremese Editore, 2005. ISBN 88-8440-379-0.
  2. ^ Enrico Lancia. I premi del cinema. Gremese Editore, 1998. ISBN 8877422211.
  3. ^ a b Mimma Gaspari. Penso che un "mondo" così non ritorni mai più. Baldini Castoldi Dalai, 2009. ISBN 88-6073-469-X.

External links

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