Gazebo, originally Paul Mazzolini, was born in Beirut. He is the son of an Italian diplomat and an American singer. Multi-instrumentalist, arranger, record producer, he began his career ranging in various musical genres including jazz, rock, and punk rock before his great encounter with Paul Micioni. The team produced "Masterpiece", which immediately became a hit, in 1982. The song was first released by Best Records, an independent label, and then released again by Freddy Naggiar’s Baby Records. In the summer of 1983, “I like Chopin” was released and was at the top of the European charts for weeks, to later become the best success of his career. Other world successes of this eclectic character are “Lunatic” (1983) e “Love in your eyes” (1983). He wrote the lyrics of “Dolce vita” (1989), a track recorded by Ryan Paris reaching the top positions in the ranking in Europe. He changes his work team with his third album and created his own structure, LUNATIC where he started his career as producer and arranger. He launched the single “Tears for Galileo” (2006) aired by Fiorello and Marco Baldini on their programme “Viva Radio2”. The single climbed the charts up to first place of the “Euro Dance Chart”. In 2008, he recorded his album, "The Syndrone" that also includes the single "Virtual Love" and which counts names such as Jerry Marotta and John Ciblin among the collaborators. His eighth album, with the symbolic title “Reset” (2015) recalls electronic sounds and romantic atmospheres.