Lando Fiorini

About this artist

Lando Fiorini was an Italian actor and singer, known primarily for having sung folk songs from Rome in Italian and Romanesco.
His career started in 1961, when he took part to the musical festival Cantagiro and was noted by the duo of playwrights Garinei & Giovannini, who chose him for the role of the cantastorie in the successful musical Rugantino. He was the founder and artistic director of a cabaret nightclub, Puff, where he launched the career of several comedians, notably Lino Banfi, Enrico Montesano and Leo Gullotta.
His cabaret show, Ma ‘ndo vai se il decoder non-ce l’hai, satirized Italian television.