Jo Naudi

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Jo Naudi

Jo Naudi was born in Ħamrun on 23 May, 1956. He is a Singer Songwriter.

Who always had a special had affaciation towards music and lyrics, At sixteen years he composed his first number. Jo made time as vocalist with several groups as well as solo f'night Maltese local clubs.

He made his debut at Festival Ħal-Lija where he sang a own song and had won the first prize for verses,

In 1983 he took part in the First Edition of Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza – 1983 and won the first prize with the song Nibqgħu Ngħożżu Maltin with his own words and music, in addition it was also won third place for a song sang by Sammy Bartolo Tagħlima who’s beside this win, the Best Singer of the Festival.

Jo Naudi also known for writing the Rock Opera Żgħażgħu singing the main part by Tony Grimaud.

Jo who is also playing the guitar, very so much the stage and history both local and international.