BAGGIO

Baggio is an artistic force who gives music everything he’s got. Born in the small town of
Wageningen, The Netherlands he grew up listening to the classics…from the Beach Boys to
AC/DC. He was so drawn to music that he saved up enough money to buy his first guitar at 7
years old and his first performance arrived a few short months later.
His fierce discipline not only led to countless hours of playing the guitar and singing but learning
many other instruments and studio production. By the time he was 13, Baggio had written
several local radio and television commercials and co-produced another artist. Once again,
Baggio saved up enough money to purchase a second-hand vintage Kramer Striker 300ST,
which he still plays today. However, this year, Baggio entered into the ‘Kramer Guitars’ family
and was presented with a Kramer Limited Edition 2015 Pacer Vintage (Magenta Metal Flake).
In 2016 Baggio was approached by The Voice and asked to become one of the contestants.
Baggio chose to perform a cover of ABBA’s “Does Your Mother Know.” It only took a mere 22
seconds for all four judges to turn their chairs around welcoming the 18-year-old to the show.
His dynamic performance made him a fan favorite.
Since appearing on The Voice, Baggio has released the self-penned single “You Want Me”
which he premiered on the live TV show Carlo’s TV Café (RTL4/ RTL Europe). Shortly after
this performance, American rock artist Mitch Malloy reached out to Baggio and soon began
writing and co-producing. Baggio is thrilled to be working with Mitch, who was once chosen to
replace Sammy Hagar in Van Halen. This collaboration spawned Baggio’s latest single, “It’s
Gettin’ Hot In Here.” They talked about their collaboration on the TV show TELEGRAAF
VNDG. “Baggio is just so talented and cool…he’s such a rock star!” exclaims Malloy.
Now Baggio is not only working on his album, but he is planning a tour for 2018. The tour will
kick off in Germany followed by dates throughout Europe and in the US. This tour will bring
together generations of music lovers.
From the moment Baggio takes the stage his energy lifts the crowd and it only goes up from
there. His love of music makes an instant connection with the audience and creates fans
everywhere he goes.