Lelio Morra was born in Naples on a day when it was snowing. He approached music watching his father play and grew up listening to Nero A Metá, Sgt. Pepper’s and Back To Black. Musical, romantic and disillusioned, he writes songs about "what deserves to end up in a song." He began his career in 2005 when, the day after graduation, he won the Premio De André in Rome as the best performer. After a spell in France driven by a Beirut album, he returns to Italy and hides behind the band "JFK & His Beautiful Blonde," which he plays with for a long time, winning awards and publishing the album "The Consequences of Mood."
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