883 (Max Pezzali and Mauro Repetto) – Signed Paper Photo – Italian Group

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Foto cartonata con autografo degli 883.

Dimension: 21 Cm x 29,7 Cm (Appr.) – 8×12 Inches (Appr.)

Date and Place of Signing (Max Pezzali): June 15, 2023 in Roma, RM (Italy)
Date and Place of Signing (Mauro Repetto): October 14, 2023 in Roma, RM (Italy)

This is not a vintage photo or old one. This photo is new, printed and signed in recent years and the signature is original.

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883 (pronounced otto otto tre) was an Italian pop group active from 1991 to 2003.
883 were formed by singers Max Pezzali and Mauro Repetto after their roles on the 1989 television series 1,2,3, Jovanotti (at that time, the name of the band was ‘I Pop’). Being big fans of motorbikes, especially Harley-Davidsons, they decided to name the group 883 after the 883cc Harley-Davidson Sportster. They recorded some demos and forwarded them to Claudio Cecchetto, a DJ and producer who had worked on 1,2,3, Jovanotti. The group released their debut single “Non me la Menare” which became a smash hit in Italy. Their first album, “Hanno ucciso l’Uomo Ragno” (“They killed Spider-Man”), hit number 1 on the Italian charts. Their second album, Nord Sud Ovest Est, produced the number 1 singles “Sei un Mito” and “Come Mai”. Upon the release of their third album, Repetto left the group. Pezzali recruited new members and continued the band name. “Un Giorno Così”, from the 1997 album La Dura Legge del Gol!, also went to number 1 in Italy. In 1998, the group released a film about themselves, entitled Jolly Blu. A greatest hits collection was issued in 1998 as Gli Anni. After Grazie Mille (1999) and Uno in + (2001), Pezzali himself went solo in 2003. Under the brand ‘883/Max Pezzali’, 11 albums (out of 15) reached the first position of the Italian charts: Hanno Ucciso L’Uomo Ragno, Nord Sud Ovest Est, La Donna, Il Sogno E Il Grande Incubo, La Dura Legge Del Gol!, Gli Anni, Uno in +, Il Mondo Insieme a Te, TuttoMax, Time Out, Hanno Ucciso L’Uomo Ragno 2012 and Max 20. They also sold over 10 million albums and won Festivalbar (one of the most important musical competition in the country) a total of three times: in 1993 (best album), in 1995 (best song) and finally in 2005 (best album).

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