Jo Chiarello

Jo Chiarello
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BornMaria Concetta Chiarello
14 May 1963 (1963-05-14) (age 54)
Palermo, Italy


Maria Concetta Chiarello (boen 14 Might 1963), referred to as Jo Chiarello, can be an Italian vocalist, mainly mixed up in 1980s.

Life and career

Blessed in Palermo, at sixteen years of age Chiarello gained a beauty competition, Miss Teen (it), getting noted by among the juror, the singer-songwriter Franco Califano, who all decided to make her being a vocalist. She entered your competition on the 31st model from the Sanremo Music Celebration, with the melody "Che brutto affare".After some singles seen as a ironical and mischievous lyrics, in the next half from the 1980s Chiarello chosen a far more mature repertoire, and in 1988 she gained the Un disco per l'estate festival using the song "Ma che bella storia d'amore". In 1989 she came back to compete on the Sanremo Music Celebration, putting second in the Beginners section using the melody "Io e il cielo". Following discharge of her 1993 record Prima le donne e we bambini she considerably slowed her actions.