Dario Brunori was born in Cosenza in September 28th, 1977. In 2009, with Vol. 1, he took his first steps into the Italian songwriting universe, under the nickname Brunori SAS, which recalls his small family company as well as the name of last century’s paramilitary corps. The record was awarded the Ciampi prize in 2009 and the Tenco prize in 2010. Two years later, his second album Vol. 2 – Poveri Cristi inaugurated the new label Picicca Dischi, founded together with Simona Marrazzo and Matteo Zanobini. In 2012 he wrote the soundtrack of È nata una star? by Lucio Pellegrini with Rocco Papaleo and Luciana Littizzetto. In 2013 the theater tour Brunori senza baffi started. The tour was performed in trio and reproduced his repertoire plus some covers with a more acoustic and suggestive attitude. In 2014 the album Vol. 3 – Il cammino di Santiago in taxi was published. The album was recorded in a convent in Belmonte Calabro with the Japanese producer Taketo Gohara. Between March and April, Brunori Sas brought to theaters Brunori Srl – a limited liability company – a show that combined music and monologues. In 2015 the TV channel La Effe broadcast A limited liability company, a journey between Rome and the Calabria region, in the company of Neri Marcoré. A casa tutto bene (platinum record) was published in 2017 and awarded the Tenco prize for the Best Song, La verità. In 2018 he ventured into a new theater show: Brunori a teatro – canzoni e monologhi sull’incertezza (songs and monologues on uncertainty). The show is a fine blend of music and brilliant insights, structured on a style that mixes theater, songwriting and stand-up comedy. The TV channel Rai 3 broadcast Brunori Sa: a five- episode program on desires, fears, and apparent contradictions of the in-between generation, the one the songwriter belongs to. In 2018, July 22nd, the song L’uomo nero won the Amnesty International Italia award. He starred as a guest at the Sanremo Festival 2019, together with The Zen Circus.