Venditti & De Gregori star together on the same stage, with a single band that brings to life an extraordinary sound by uniting musicians who have been collaborating separately with the two artists for years: Alessandro Canini (drums), Danilo Cherni (keyboards), Carlo Gaudiello (piano), Primiano Di Biase (hammond), Fabio Pignatelli (bass), Amedeo Bianchi (sax), Paolo Giovenchi (guitars) and Alessandro Valle (pedal steel guitar and mandolin). Also on stage were Fabiana Sirigu on violin and backing vocalists Laura Ugolini and Laura Marafioti.
Two different but related personalities. Two artistic stature, each with its own poetics. Venditti & De Gregori began collaborating in their early twenties during a trip to Hungary and began writing their first songs together, leading to their joint recording debut with "Theorius Campus" where Antonello recorded "Roma Capoccia," an immediate huge hit, and Francesco "Signora Aquilone." A record that enshrined for both of them the beginning of their own artistic journey.