Palermo's Jack & the Starlighters protagonists on TV of the new format Mizzica che matrimonio

Editorial board 25 November 2021 10: 03

The couple about to get married. The most rock band around to tell the best day. Sicily is more than a backdrop, with its locations, its food, its joy, the great heart of the people and above all the desire to party. All this is “Mizzica che matrimonio” broadcast tomorrow (Friday 26 November) at 23, 05 on Real Time (channel 31 of free digital terrestrial, channel 31 by TivùSat, Sky channel 160). The protagonists are of course the spouses, Anastasia and Ivan, who will follow the cameras – together with family and friends – amidst tears, laughter and dancing, from the moment of the fateful “Yes” in front of the altar, to the reception lived with joy and madness. The Jack & the Starlighters, who will entertain the room with their rock Made in Sicily and will be the eccentric storytellers of the wedding, will act as protagonists among the spouses and their guests. In addition, with their unlikely judgments, they will make us laugh until the last moment.

For twenty years now on the breach of the wave of Sicilian wedding entertainment, Jack & the Starlighters are: Jack Gioacchino Cottone on vocals, Danilo Mercadante on guitar and keyboard, Dario Lo Giudice on bass and Fabrizio Pacera on drums. «That of“ Mizzica che matrimonio – says the rock quartet – is a wonderful television experience, which we hope will continue. Our goal is to make the public from home unleash with our spouses “.

Sicily is in the background of “Mizzica che matrimonio”. With all its colors, its people, its recipes, the extraordinary locations, but above all the traditional music revisited in a rock key. For example, we will listen to “Ciuri ciuri” in a completely new key. The idea of ​​”Mizzica che matrimonio” is by Liza Boschin and Cristiano Pasca. Pasca in particular created the program following all the phases of creation, direction, writing and editing of the format, together with his team, composed of: Giovanni Mangalaviti, Michele Cordaro, Nicola Montese Cristian Alberini, Giorgio Ghisleni, Nicola Bolognini and many other Palermo professionals such as Roberto Pizzo, Vittorio Di Matteo, Claudia Fiore and the artist Domenico Pellegrino, who enriched the scene with his extraordinary works. In short, “Mizzica che wedding” is a story of Sicilianity that comes from the heart of the Sicilians and that promises well.

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