Alessandro Cenedese started off as founder and frontman of the band L.ego. Between 2006 and 2012, they wrote 3 albums produced by Enrico Rovelli (well known manager of Vasco Rossi) and published by Makno Music. He then moved to Italy’s capital city, where he released a solo EP called “Collezione RomA”, anticipated by the single “Un caffè con te” and its video, shot by Paolo Marchione (Negramano, Elisa). “Ice queen” put an end to the Roman interval. This song is a tribute to Lucio Battisti, featuring the singer Chiara Oliva, produced by Gianluca Ferrante.
The comeback to his native Treviso led Cenedese to the composition of a new album, “Lariva”, entirely conceived among the Prosecco hills, where his maternal grandfather’s old farmstead is.
Thanks to Musicraiser crowdfunding project, the album became an actual start-up. Along with printing the album on the dear old vinyl, CD and tape cassette, it introduced a bottle of wine coming from the very same area where the songs were written. Guided tours and theme dinners in the vineyard are also available.
September 2017 sees the birth of Maine Wine Records, a record label founded by Alessandro Cenedese himself, whose aim is to carry on the digital handicraft with a special focus on the Asian market.