Voci new international track of Zucchero.
Zucchero's new album Black Cat, out on Universal on April 29, has been produced by studio heavyweights T-Bone Burnett, Brendan O'Brien and Don Was. The italian singer released new international track and new official video for Voci.
Black Cat will feature guest appearances on two tracks by Mark Knopfler and writing contributions by Bono and Elvis Costello.
Knopfler plays on Ci Si Arrende and the closing track Streets Of Surrender (SOS), the latter with lyrics contributed by Bono, written after the Bataclan tragedy in Paris last November. Costello wrote Turn The World Down. The new combination with Knopfler is not their first appearance together on disc. They played together in a special version of Charlie Rich's Who Will The Next Fool Be with also featuring by Jools Holland and former Elvis Presley sideman Scotty Moore and Dj Fontana.
Zucchero in his career had many stellar collaborations with Eric Clapton, Sting, Ray Charles, Miles Davis and B.B. King.
Zucchero has already onfirmed a major European tour for later in 2016, with dates running from September to November. He will play ten nights at Italy's Arena di Verona, with other highlights including three shows at the Olimpia in Paris and a return to London's Royal Albert Hall. His extraordinary career sales of 60 milion records make Zucchero Sugar Fornaciari Italy's bestselling artist ever.