They call him the Italian Barry White or the transalpine Isaac Hayes, but Mario Biondi is his own man with his own style, and he's composed his own songs that go beyond comparison. His songs have attracted R&B and soul fans thanks to the elegance, style and seduction in his performances. Last summer a problem with his vocal cords saw him having to suspend his European tour, including the dates scheduled for the San Miguel Mas i Mas Festival. This year he's fully recovered, and Biondi gets to make one of his dreams come true when he plays at the Palau de la Música Catalana. A venue full of history for a voice making history, admired by legendary group Incognito, respected by the one and only Burt Bacharach (who he's shared a stage with), and with fans who have given him sold-out shows every time he's performed in the Royal Albert Hall in London. If you love good music, do not miss this concert.