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Eurovision Insight Podcast: In-Depth With Francesco Gabbani Written by and on May 13, 2017 | 1 Comment

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Ahead of tonight’s Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final, Ellie Chalkley and Lisa-Jayne Lewis sit down with Italy’s Francesco Gabbani. ‘Occidentali’s Karma’ may become one of the Song Contest’s historic songs, but he’s already looking forward to his next creative endeavour and the release of his new album ‘Magellano‘.

Eurovision Insight Podcast: In-Depth With Francesco Gabbani

Ellie Chalkley and Lisa-Jayne Lewis talk to Italy’s Francesco Gabbani about philosophy, spirituality, and the power of words.

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About The Author: Ellie Chalkley

Ellie Chalkley is an all-round music, media and culture enthusiast and citizen of the internet. As an overly analytical pop fan and general knowledge hoarder she finds the Eurovision Song Contest bubble to be her natural home. She comments gnomically and statistically on Eurovision matters at @ellie_made.

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One response to “Eurovision Insight Podcast: In-Depth With Francesco Gabbani”

  1. Ben Gonzalez says:

    Great piece!! “Magellano” is a great album…the thing with Gabbani is that his songs are really insightful and clever, but I think the listener only gets the first level of catchy melodies and beats…and I agree, you have to have at least a minimum knowledge of the italian language to get how deep this guy’s work is…

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