Training: Academy of Music. Emanuele began his musical career at four when he sang on two records in collaboration with Pippo Franco, a famous Italian actor and singer.
In 2000, after many years in several bands and lots of work in recording studios, Emanuele was chosen to become a member of Beatles tribute band The Apple Pies. This was the beginning of a long series of concerts in Europe and performing on many television shows including entering The X Factor in Italy in 2010. In 2005 he and his band won a recording session in Abbey Road’s Studio 2, the same studio in which the Beatles recorded many of their albums. The prize was for being the most important Italian Beatles tribute band. In 2008, when the Beatles photographer Robert Whitaker was touring Italy promoting his new photo book Eight Days A Week: Inside The Beatles’ Final World Tour, Emanuele Angeletti and The Apple Pies accompanied him playing a replica of the 1966 final Beatles live show. In 2009, they were chosen to perform at the only official EMI presentation of the Beatles digitally-remastered collection. In Sept 2012 Emanuele opened the West End musical ‘Let It Be’ at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London and has since been involved in several Let It Be tours including UK and Ireland, Germany, Japan and Singapore.
Emanuele is going to open a new show called Macca-The Paul McCartney story in Jan 2017 touring Uk and European theatres. Macca: The Paul McCartney Story’ is a career-spanning musical biopic covering McCartney’s entire solo career from 1970 to 2016 with a recreation of the acclaimed ‘Wings Over The World’ 1975 - 76 Concert Tour complete with authentic costumes, staging and production and also it includes all of his best loved hits, along with a selection of Beatles favourites.
Emanuele plays piano, bass and guitar and although a natural right hander, taught himself to play left handed bass for authenticity.
Recordings include: The Apple Pies’ first album, Reinvente Beatles, released in 2008 in the USA, Japan, Germany, Italy and South America wasrecorded with Italian producer Giacomo Bondi. This was followed by their second album Strumenti d’Epoca, released in 2011.