“The Voice from Oz” bolsters Italian love songs and contemporary pop standards with his powerful tenor
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His Sound: Take the refined vocal sculpture of Italian opera, give it a charming Australian smirk, and extend its range from soft timbre to powerful tenor bravado. What you end up with is a sound with so much force that it earned Alfio the nickname “The Voice from Oz.”
For Fans Of: The Tenors, Il Divo, classical opera, and modern pop
Where to Begin: his major-label debut, 2006’s Tranquillità, which sees the singer already mixing contemporary pop with Spanish and Italian classics