The singer LDA talks to Nunzia De Girolamo with an open heart in the Ciao Maschio program.
LDAstage name of Luca D’Alessio, he told himself with an open heart in the Ciao Maschio program. Returning from his adventure at the Sanremo Festival, theformer student of Amici revealed to Nunzia De Girolamo the difficulties that characterized the beginning of his career.
The revelation of LDA
Confession time for LDA. Guest of Nunzia De Girolamo to Hello Malethe former protagonist of the twenty-first edition of Amici he told about his first time on stage, which was a dud and drove him away from music. The young singer regained his courage only in Canale 5 talent show hosted by Maria De Filippi:
I showed up in clubs, annoying everyone, asking to sing. I didn’t tell my parents anything, I said to go out with friends. Once I went to sing in a club in Naples where there were 500 people. I start singing and, I swear, there are three left, two were my friends. I came home exhausted and told myself ‘I can’t do this in life’. For the first time I lacked the courage to continue. For five months I didn’t make music, I didn’t listen to music, I got into my car and turned off the radio. I was 17, after a few months I wrote ‘What hurts’ and I introduced it to Amici. There I had the courage to show myself.
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Luca D’Alessio he then went on to reveal:
I used to play football, but while I was doing it in my head I sang. At some point I realized that I wanted to do that in life. Dad always took me to his concerts, and I looked at him from behind the stage and thought ‘how I wish I was on that stage’. Around the age of fourteen I went to my father and confessed to him that I wanted to do the same job as him. I began to cry, because I was truly convinced it was a wrong thing, perhaps because of the collective imagination that “the son of” was a recommended figure. Dad told me something that I will carry with me for the rest of my life: ‘Always remember that I will never put fish on your table. I can give you a fishing rod, but you have to fish it and cook it yourself.’ So the greatest luck is having a father who gives you lots of advice.
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