Carmen Consoli

She was the first Italian artist to take the stage at Rome's Olympic Stadium, the only Italian to participate in Ethiopia's celebrations of the anniversary of Bob Marley's passing, performed as a headliner in Central Park, scored three sold-out shows in a row in New York, founded her own label-Narcissus-was inspired by Verga and mythology, and also brought Arabic and French into her songs, was the first woman in the long history of Club Tenco to win the Targa Tenco for Best Album of the Year with Elettra and the first woman invested with the role of Maestro Concertatore for the Notte della Taranta Concert, was named Goodwill Ambassador for Unicef and Ambassador for Telefono Rosa; she is the only artist to have won the Amnesty International Italy Award twice with "My Uncle" and "The Black Man." the career of Carmen Consoli is studded with firsts. On Sept. 24, 2021, his ninth studio album, "I Wanted to Be a Rockstar," was released to critical and public triumph, ten tracks, between dream and reality, brought live on a completely sold-out tour to Italy's biggest theaters in the summer and the most important festivals, between Italy and Europe.