This is a biography of the music group Sonohra. Sonohra is an group made up of the brothers Diego and Luca Fainello, who were born in Verona, Italy into a family of musical artists. Luca Faniello and his younger brother Diego chose music as a career early on in life. Luca and Diego first gained popularity under the group name 2ttO with the release of the single "Grido e Canto". The group 2ttO performed the theme song to the program UFO Baby.
The musical group changed their name to Domino and recorded the song "Come Tu Mi Vuoi." In 2008, the talented brothers entered the Sanremo Music Festival with the song "L'Amore," winning the contest in the Newcomers category as "Best Artist Revelation." They toured that year over Italy promoting their album Liberi Da Sempre. In May of 2008, they won the MTV Total Request Live Awards. Their second single was the title track of their first album, "Love Show," and later that year they released the song "Salvami," a song written about a friend who was killed in a car wreck.
2008 brought widespread success to the group. Sonohra won the Nickelodion's Kids Choice Awards under the categories Best Band and Best New Act. The group was named best Italian Act in the MTV Music Awards. Their first live album, Sweet Home Verona, was also released in 2008.
In 2009, Sonohra recorded the Spanish version of their album Liberi Da Sempre, entitled Libres. This allowed them to top the charts in Costa Rica, Argentina, Mexico, and Chile.
They recorded the album L'Amore in Japan, a version of Liberi Da Sempre recorded in English and released in Japan, including a cover of the Japanese song "Yuki No Hana" under the title "Fiore Di Neve." The album Meta was released in 2010, and in 2012, Sonohra released La Storia Parte da Qui.
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Libres (Liberi Da Sempre)
Cinco Mil Manos (Cinquemila Mini Mani)