Roberto Bianco & The Abbrunzati Boys’ music is like a mild summer night on the Adriatic: palm trees, Vino Bianco and from the adjacent Trattoria it still smells like the just eaten Tagliatelle al Salmone. The duo, who come from Sirmione at Lake Garda (1984: young prize winner of the International Schlager Festival Rio De Janeiro; 1992: prize winner “International” at the Schlagersymposium Salzburg), made their comeback in 2015 after more than 15 years of abstinence from the stage and are back to earn a place in the hearts of all holidaymakers in Italy. On the occasion of their 36-year stage anniversary, Roberto Bianco & Die Abbrunzati Boys are now bringing the much-loved Italo hit back to the doldrums of Germany with their latest recording “Lieder, für immer” (Songs, forever). With popular songs like “Vino Rosso” and “Der Abschied hat immer Saison” and the anthem “Ponte di Rialto” not only the Dolce Vita and the Belle Ragazze are sung about, but also an attitude towards life that once could only be found south of the Alps between Bolzano and Palermo. Also the live concerts of the gentlemen Bianco & Abbrunzati have always been an experience, when they reach together with their show band and their orchestra into the full and let their charming hit work. And at the Ponte di Rialto the Gondolieri of sing about Amore! Ci vediamo!