Italian Singer-Songwriter Toto Cutugno Dies at 80

Italian pop singer-songwriter Toto Cutugno, renowned for his 1983 global hit “L’Italiano,” passed away at the age of 80 in Milan’s San Raffaele hospital. His manager, Danilo Mancuso, confirmed the news, stating that Cutugno had succumbed to an extended illness, with his health progressively deteriorating over the past few months.

Cutugno’s musical legacy is marked by his victory in Italy’s Sanremo Music Festival in 1980, achieved through his performance of the song “Solo Noi.” A decade later, he secured a triumph at the Eurovision Song Contest with the composition “Insieme: 1992.”

His passing brings to an end a prolific career that spanned several decades, leaving an indelible mark on the world of Italian and international music. Toto Cutugno’s contributions will continue to resonate with fans, as his iconic melodies and heartfelt lyrics remain a testament to his enduring talent.

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