In 2005 hatte ich eine kurzen Biografie über Gigi für ggdag.eu geschreiben. Jetzt brauche ich hilfe für einen update. Ich will sehr dankbar sein, und ich weiß das ihr experten sind. Habt ihr vorschläge für verbesserungen? Luigi di Agostino was born 17.12.1967 in Turin, Italy. He is concidered by many to be the creator of Mediterranean Progressive. In the beginning of his life he was a bricklayer and he repaired tennis courts. Already in the 80s he started being a DJ. But in the early 90s he focused 100% on his DJ career. In 1994 his first album, A Journey Into Space, was released. Later, in 1996, he was in collaboration with Mauro Picotto, and they made the track Angel's Symphony. Mauro Picotto and Gigi D'Agostino has as partnership for some years, but decided to concentrate about them selves. From 1997 to 1999 he created pieces as Gin Lemon, Your Love (Elisir), Another Way, Bla Bla Bla, La Passion, The Riddle and L'Amour Toujours! L'Amour Toujours and Bla Bla Bla are the only tracks with Gigi which has been really popular in Denmark, and those videoes are still popular on Danish music TV channels. In 2000 he released Tecno Fes Vol. 1 and Tecno Fes Vol. 2, which got really popular. Un Giorno Credi was a popular track and was played a lot in the Italian clubs. People thought that a single was coming, but that was never reality. Although Un Giorno Credi appears on the L'Amour Toujours E.P. and Tecno Fes Vol. 2. In 2002 Gigi D'Agostino got ill. He was hidden by hernia, and had to cancel his "Musikakeparla Tour". He only made to productions that year, which was remixes of Shakira and AGO. In 2003 he was a radio DJ on RIN (Radio Italia Network) with the show "Il Programmino di Gigi D'Agostino". This lead to a double CD compilation with the same name. 2003 was also the year when he released his first "Live At Altromondo" CD. L'Altromondo Studios is Gigi D'Agostino's favourite discotheque. The second "Live At Altromondo" was released in 2004. In 2004 his single Silence arrived with an animated video with Gigi D'Agostino as a cowboy. Gigi D'Agostino began to collaborate with other artists again: Molella and Datura. With Molella he made to single CD's (Con Il Nastro Rosa and Soleado) and with Datura it was the track Summer of Energy". The same year Gigi D'Agostino began to work with two other artists. Their names are Luca Noise and DJ Pandolfi. Together they made projects like La Tana Del Suono and Officina Emotiva. First time we heard something from La Tana Del Suono is on the compilation "Live At Altromondo Part II". The music from La Tana Del Suono is deep and slow, while Officina Emotiva are mostly cover songs. 2005 was not a quiet year. Totally Gigi D'Agostino had 17 releases. Singles, compilations etc. Now Gigi D'Agostino is everywhere - with other aliases: Orchestra Maldestra, Dottor DAG, Uomo Suono and many more. So if you see one of these names somewhere you can be sure it's Gigi D'Agostino who's the man behind!