Giorgio Moroder will be next year for the first time in a livetournee. The Italian producer and dj stroke on april 10, 2019 down in Brussels, the temple of music Ancienne Belgique. That is today read on the website of the synthpoppionier.
In addition to Brussels, the artist will also occur in Amsterdam (Paradiso), Birmingham, London, Glasgow, Dublin, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Budapest, Milan, Florence, Rome and Paris.
The now 78-year-old Moroder is regarded as one of the founders of dance and disco. As one of the first producers he combined the synthesizer with a repetitive beat.
In the seventies, recorded by Giorgio Moroder was a huge success as a writer and producer for Donna Summer (“I Feel Love”), Blondie (“Call Me”), Cher, David Bowie and Freddie Mercury. He is also responsible for the soundtracks of iconic films from the eighties such as “American Gigolo”, “Scarface”, “The Never Ending Story”, “Top Gun” and “Midnight Express”. The last years he worked together with artists like Daft Punk, Sia, and Lady Gaga.