The histrionic artist Immanuel Casto, icon of the LGBT world in Italy, is fresh from the success of his summer joint “Who is Afraid of Gender?” feat. Romina Falconi, which has become official theme song of Gay Village in Rome (link: https://youtu.be/Dt4D9VDplrI) and the release of his first biography “Tutti su di me” (Tsunami Edizioniii) by Max Ribaric.
Immanuel Casto’s last album “The Pink Album” (Freak & Chic /Artist First) landed directly into the TOP 25 best-selling albums (FIMI/GfK Retail and Technology), it's been followed by
“The Pink Tour”. Casto is hitting the best clubs in Italy such as Alcatraz in Milan, TPO in Bologna and Duel in Naples.
On the 31st of January 2017, Immanuel Casto will bring his show to London in colaboration with Romina Falconi.
Romina Falconi is an Italian pop singer-songwriter, born in Torpignattara area in Rome. She was selected for Sanremo Festival perfoming her song Ama live on prime-time Rai television and started working on her songs with important hip-hop producers, recording some features with major artists. Eros Ramazzotti chose Romina for his worldwide Ali & Radici Tour that made her travelling around the most important venues in the world for over one year. In 2012 Romina won the final access to X Factor Italy, where she impressed the audience performing convincingly songs far from her musical background (Ultravox, Propaganda, Duran Duran). She recently debut with its album Certi Sogni si Fanno Attraverso un Filo d'Odio (Frreak&Chic/Artist First).