Italian rocker Meneskin makes his American television debut “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” – Marseille News

With Italian rockers Eurovision Song Contest 2021 winners Moon Shine It made its debut on U.S. television last night (Tuesday, October 26) NBCOf “Tonight’s Show with Jimmy Fallon”. Moon Shine Made their 2017 acquisition Four seasonsThe 1967 popular victory “To get started”, As good “Mommy”, During broadcast. A large list of gifts from around the world, “To get started” It currently ranks first among non-American radios and in the top 5 in American pop format.

After his epic victory in 2021 Eurovision, Moon Shine Entering the charts around the world, Italian artists achieved unprecedented results: they were the first Italian group in music history to reach the UK charts with two singles at the same time – number 6 and n ° 10 – collecting new certificates every week in Italy and abroad.

Moon ShineOf EurovisionThe winning song “It is better to remain silent” Billboard ranked 22nd in the Global 200. Follow-up single, “I want to be your slave”, Came in first BillboardUS Hot Hard Rock Songs.

Moon Shine It will be performed tonight (Wednesday, October 27) at the Bowery Ballroom in New York City. They will also perform on November 1 at the legendary Roxy Theater in West Hollywood, California.

Moon Shine‘S last album “Theater of Worth: Volume I”, Released in March. LP has since been certified platinum in Italy.

“I want to be your slave” Received Platinum Certificate in Italy, Finland and Poland and Platinum six times in Russia, certifying gold in Austria, Greece, Ireland, Norway, Sweden and Turkey; “It is better to remain silent” (Three times platinum in Italy) Gold certified in the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey, Platinum in Finland, Greece, Ireland and Poland and five times in Russia; “To get started” He has won gold in Finland, Malaysia and Poland, and seven times platinum in Russia.

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Moon Shine Presented for the first time at major sports venues in Italy as part of their 13-day tour across the country (curated and produced) Live concerts). The trek has already sold over 100,000 tour tickets and has six sold-out concerts that will take place this winter and next spring.

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