Paolo Audino, author, composer and cartoonist, among his most famous songs, “Brivido felino” recorded by the fabulous duet Mina with Adriano Celentano and “Per Noi” released by Andrea Bocelli.
He collaborated for a long time with Amedeo Minghi, wrting both the lyrics for his albums and the monologues for his recitals “L’ascolteranno gli Americani”, “Di canzone in canzone”, “Cantare è d’amore” and the artist’s biography titled “L’ascolteranno gli Americani”- 40 anni La vita mia”.
He wrote the music and lyrics for various artists such as Luca Barbarossa, Jalisse, Lorenza Mario, Francesco Barbato, Rick De Bono and many others.
Together with Francesco Barbato, he created the song “Ti amerò per sempre”, dedicated to the marriage of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco with HSH Princess Charlene.
Since 2016 he has been involved with the project “Non spegnere la musica, rispetta il diritto d’autore – educazione alla legalità”: a series of conferences and workshops on the education role of a musical work.
In 2019 his solo Album Strettamente personale is released and includes some of his original songs : “Serenità”, “Impreparato” and “L’angelo nero”.
In 2021 he releases 2 singles : “Pane”, together with the actor-comedian Enzo Salvi, dedicated to the protection of birds and “Bionda tinta”, with the comedian Emanuela Petroni, in the context of a campaign against body shaming.
He has recently composed “Niente è niente”, released by Olga De Maio and Luca Lupoli, singer of the San Carlo Theater in Naples.