Salvatore Adamo is back on the Portuguese stage, 27 October, at the Coliseu dos Recreios (Lisbon), to celebrate 60 years of career, with the songs of his life.
He entered the songbook of the general public with "Tombe la Neige" more than half a century ago. Adopted by the French, he was born in Italy and grew up in Belgium. Salvatore Adamo remains active and is back on the Portuguese stage, on October 27, at the Coliseu dos Recreios (Lisbon), to celebrate 60 years of his career, with the songs of his life.
Four years after exhausting the stage of Coliseu, the singer who marked the Francophone generation of the 60s and 70s, returns to the same room to repeat the feat. This time, with the themes that everyone knows well.
In the lineup, the interpreter of "Mes mains sur tes hanches" will certainly have the songs he celebrated during these six decades as "La nuit", "Dolce Paola", "J'Aime", "Elle" or "Inch'Allah".