Italy’s mega-talented tenor trio, Il Volo, has released a Christmas
Favorites EP that’s left
me thinking, wow.
say talented in Italian? (Psst! It's
Piero Barone, 16-year-old Ignazio Baschetto, and 16-year-old Gianluca
Ginoble were featured on Italy’s “Ti Lascio Una Canzone,” an
music competition for teens, and ever since they sang the Neapolitan
song “’O Sole Mio,” they’ve been getting major buzz.
the first Italian band to sign with Geffen Records (the same label
that works with Greyson Chance, Lifehouse and Ashley Tisdale!), and
their debut album
landed stateside this past April. But now the trio’s back for a
seasonal treat you’re bound to enjoy!
gang’s version of “Silent
me wondering how such seemingly sweet boys could hit such incredibly
Medley” is a mash-up of
“Jingle Bell Rock,” “Let It Snow,” and “It’s The Most
Wonderful Time of the Year,” and you won’t believe their amazing
American Idol favorite
joins the boys on “The
you’ll find yourself
wondering if the acts could be a band had Pia been born on the other
side of the pond (their voices seem to compliment each other
I’m blown away that the boys have released singles in Italian,
English, Spanish, and German, I’m even more impressed by the way
they make singing opera sound so effortless.
to check out Il Volo’s Christmas
Favorites EP. Then come
back and let us know your favorite track.
the tunes here!
an Il Volo fan? Blog about it, babes.
BY DEVIN ALESSIO ON 11/26/2011 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN entertainment, review, music reviews, music, music we love, happy holidays, holiday music