MICHELE BRAVI is an Italian singer who was born in Città di Castello in 1994. In 2013 he participated in the seventh edition of the X Factor. Little over 18, Bravi won the talent show thanks to a great personality and an amazing voice that couldn't go unnoticed.
“La vita e la felicità” won the golden record in no time.
He has worked with the likes of Italian musicians Federico Zampaglione and his soundtrack for Carlo Verdone's “Sotto una buona Stella”, Tiziano Ferro, Giorgia, Luca Carboni and English song-writer James Blunt.
In 2015 he signed a deal with Universal Music and opened his YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/MicheleBraviOfficial) where he posted weekly updates about his artistic development which have contributed to making him one of the most influential and popular young artists on the web in Italy (which can count on over 360 Thousand followers), 840 Thousand followers on Instagram, 492 Thousand followers on Twitter and 252 Thousand likes on his Facebook page.
In 2015 he release his “I hate music” (2015), which he sings in English.
Michele, met English song-writer Frances (BritsCritics’ Choice and BBC Sound of 2016 nominee) who invited him to sing a song together: “Don’t WorryAbout me".
In early 2017 he took part in the 67th Sanremo song Festival. Michele sang “Il Diario degli Errori”. The song was a great success with people and ended fourth in the overall competition.
His latest work “Anime di Carta”, distributed by Universal Music, was a top of the charts new entry. The “Anime di Carta Tour – Nuove Pagine”, has so far been a huge success and his gigs are sold out.