Arcangelo Ark Tangorra is a rock singer-songwriter born in Turin on October 6, 1969, and currently residing in Bergamo. He began performing live in 1989 and was the frontman of the VascoverBand for over twenty years. During that time, he played with musicians such as Andrea Innesto, Maurizio Solieri, Clara Moroni, Andrea Braido, Alberto Rocchetti, Alessandro Orefice, and Alessandro Rubatti (the latter two being musicians for Levante).
Arcangelo Ark Tangorra has performed for crowds of up to 25,000 people (at the ChicoBum Festival) and up to 45,000 people (at the SuperKaraoke event hosted by Fiorello in Genoa’s Piazza delle Caravelle). He has also competed in several regional songwriting contests, winning consecutive awards for best summer and winter songs in the 1990s.
Aside from music, Arcangelo Ark Tangorra is also a novelist, with one of his books, “Kharanne,” placing second at the international Nero Wolfe literature prize. He has also written various short stories and a second novel titled “Vasco per Sempre.”
In addition, he wrote the official review of Vasco Rossi’s symphonic performance of “L’Altra metà del cielo” at La Scala in Milan. Currently, he is working on a new album, which will be followed by others, as well as a significant ongoing project. Arcangelo Ark Tangorra is on radio rotation with the track ‘Profondo Blues’.