Tonino Cripezzi, the singer and keyboardist of the Camaleonti, is dead

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Another great mourning in the world of Italian music: after Irene Fargo, who died in the night between one and two July, also passed away Tonino Cripezzi, beloved singer and keyboardist founder of the Cameleonsthe famous band born in the sixties considered a symbol of the Italian beat.

Tonino Cripezzi had health problems, but the death was sudden: he was found dead in a hotel room in San Giovanni Teatino (Chieti) after an evening like many others. Indeed, Saturday 2 July the band performed in a concert at the Villa de Riseis park in Pescara, and later went out to dinner with fans as usual. After dinner, the return to the hotel, and then the sad discovery this morning, when the rescuers and carabinieri also arrived at the hotel. The cause seems to have been an illness, during sleep.

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Heart of the band born in 1963 on input from Ricky Maiocchi, with his keyboard and his voice Tonino Cripezzi was soundtrack of entire generations of boomers, and signed many collaborations, such as – in the 90s – with Elio and Storie Tese.

Much bewilderment among friends and colleagues. The composer friend was one of the first to express their condolences Mario Lavezzi:My dear friend of a lifetime Tonino Cripezzi has gone away in his sleep. I can’t believe it, I’m shocked by the pain. The good times we lived together come back to mind, which I will always keep in my deep dear friend “he wrote on Instagram.

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«I have just learned of the disappearance of my friend Tonino. How sorry I am », wrote Pupo on Facebook. «His warm and melodious voice will remain forever in my mind and in my heart. Eternity, open your arms wide, he is now there, beside the sleeping happiness“.

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