October 18, 2018

Andrea Bocelli and his son’s emotional cover of a famous hit is a tearful and beautiful experience

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Andrea Bocelli and his son Matteo enraptured fans with their endearing voices. They sang the already beautiful hit song "Perfect Symphony" last week.

The father-son duo performed the cover of Ed Sheeran's song at the Radio 2 Piano Room. Anyone listening got goosebumps from the touching rendition.

Matteo started off the first verse in English. His melodious vocals relayed the sweet love song wonderfully. Then Andrea took over in Italian. The video is found below. 

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Source: YouTube/ BBC Music

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The 60-year-old blind opera singer sang powerfully. Much like he did last month when he and Matteo sang "Fall on Me."

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The combination of the pair's voices is always so touching. Even regardless of the potential language barrier to the audience.

Source: YouTube/ BBC Music

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Additionally, Andrea performed "Time To Say Goodbye" on the Ken Bruce show. Matteo stood silently on the side as his father showed off his polished talent.

Source: YouTube/ BBC Music

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The world-renowned opera singer had a grand moment on Friday. He performed at Princess Eugenie's royal wedding to Jack Brooksbank.

Andrea sang "Ave Maria" and "Panis Angelicus" on the royal stage at St. George's Chapel. Listeners were moved to tears according to several comments on social media.

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra joined him in the performance conducted by Carlo Bernini.

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The star has a history of 90 million records sold. He has produced 15 solo studio albums.

He is set to release a new album, titled "Si," on October 26. It will feature duets with Dua Lipa, classical singer Josh Groban, and soprano Aida Garifullina.

Matteo will also be on the album in the single "Fall On Me." The song will feature in the end credits of Disney's "The Nutcracker and The Four Realms" (due on November 2).

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Source: YouTube/ Andrea Bocelli

Born in La Sterza, Tuscany, Andrea grew up with poor eyesight. His condition was later diagnosed as a case of congenital glaucoma.

Source: YouTube/ BBC Music

By the age of 12, he completely lost his sight. From then on, he put his passion into his music.

Andrea's site offers future tour dates and locations when fans can hear from the legendary singer.

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