The historic group of Italian songwriting and rock-folk will headline a concert at the Auditorium Parco della Musica Ennio Morricone on January 27, 2023. With more than 30 years of activity behind them, Yo Yo Mundi come from Monferrato, the land of Luigi Tenco, the songs of Paolo Conte and the stories of Pavese. They have more than so albums to their credit, the penultimate, "Evident Traces of Happiness," made it to the finals of the Tenco Award in the Album of the Year category, while the latest, "The Blink Revolution," released in November 2020, marked a turning point in both style and poetics. Yo Yo Mundi are Paolo Enrico Archetti Maestri (vocals, bouzouki and electric and acoustic guitar), Eugenio Merico (drums), Andrea Cavalieri (electric bass, clarinet and vocals), Chiara Giacobbe (violin, harmonium and vocals) and Dario Mecca Aleina (sound engineer and programming).
Indigo has been a project for 30 years that blends styles into one dialect and welcomes music from all over the world by translating it into one simple language. At the Auditorium Parco della Musica Ennio Morricone the band will present its latest record, "Two Worlds," proving how easy it is to travel between southern Italy and the Middle East, all the way to India, without passports or permits, but using what is most precious in music, the privilege of imagination. The current line up, led by ever-present founder Mario Pio Mancini and guitarist and arranger Jacopo Barbato, is enriched by the return of percussionist Arnaldo Vacca who, after several years of absence, has returned to compose for the group.