Italian crooner Al Bano and pop princess Romina Powers thrilled fans around the world in 2013 when they reunited on stage after 14 years apart. Following their marriage in 1970, the duo shared an illustrious singing career together as Al Bano & Romina Powers for nearly three decades before divorcing in 1999, raising questions about whether they would ever perform together again. Those questions were answered with the pair's triumphant return to the spotlight in Moscow in 2013, where they performed their classic ballads to a teary-eyed audience of nostalgic fans. With a highly anticipated performance in Atlantic City scheduled for 2014, North American fans eagerly await the rare opportunity to spend one more unforgettable night with the duo as they perform romantic hits like "Felicita" and "Ci Sara."
Born in Southern Italy, Albano Carrisi made his debut singing in festivals in 1966. After winning his first contest in 1968, he released several hits, earning his first gold record with "Nel Sole." It was his marriage to Romina Powers and their ensuing career together, however, that earned him the most recognition, including their high-profile appearances representing Italy in the 1976 and 1985 Eurovision Song Contests. In addition to his work with Powers, Al Bano is an accomplished solo artist and opera singer, releasing several platinum albums and performing in place of Luciano Pavarotti with The Three Tenors. With 165 million albums sold worldwide, Al Bano remains an Italian national treasure, continuing to tour internationally and joining Romina Powers in 2014 for several highly coveted appearances.