Popular Italian Music Artists

Italy is known for many things, food, fashion, culture, natural beauties and, of course, music. So, prepare some pasta, make espresso after that, and enjoy the list of the most popular Italian music artist about some of the most renowned artists.

  1. Toto Cutugno

His real name is Salvatore Cutugno. He was born in 1943 in Tuscany in placeFosdinovo. Toto is a renowned Italian musician and singer of pop music. With a lot of editions, he appeared at a music festival in Sanremo, and in 1990 he won the Eurovision Song Contest in Sarajevo with the Insieme song: 1992. He is also the author of other music hits such asL’Italiano and Mediterraneo.

  1. Eros Ramazzotti

Eros Ramazzotti or Eros Walter Luciano Ramazzotti is one of the most popular pop music artist in Italy. He was born in 1963 in Rome, a suburb CinecittàEst. He is considered to be a significant Italian artist of today, also known worldwide, and his career peak was in the 1980s and the beginning of the twenty-first century. So far, he has sold just over 50 million disks.

  1. Anna Oxa

Anna Oksa, an Italian singer, was born in 1961 in Bari. Given that her roots are from Albania, the name and surname of Illyrian Hokesshe adapted to the scene, but also to the Italian language. She started to work very young with music, and her first performance was already when she was 15 years old,and she sang a song called “Fiorellin del Prato.” Because of the incredible voice and talent, but also the emotions that she invests in her interpretations, she quickly received the nickname “Voice and the Heart.”


  1. Nino D’Angelo

He is a folk/pop singer from Italy. Before he became popular, he was working as an ice cream man and was singing at weddings. Talking about his first released album called “My story” was a great hit. He first got popular in Sicily.

  1. Al Bano&Romina Power

Albano Carrisi and Romina Power formed a pop music group Al Bano&Romina Power in 1975. He was already a famous singer, and she appeared in several films. Although they came from different layers, Al Bano is a “peasant origin,” and Romina from a wealthy and famous family, the couple married on July 26, 1970, inCellino San Marco. They have four children – daughters Yelena Maria, ChristelChiaru, RomanIoland, son of Yari Marco.

They were the minions of Italy. Romina was a beautiful brunette of piercing brown eyes, and Al Bano was a sex symbol of a beautiful voice that many women craved. Except in marriage, they burned together in the music scene. Their first single, Storia di Due Innamorati, became an instant hit in Italy.

  1. Adriano Celentano

Adriano Celentano is a producer, TV host, comedian, singer,and composer. He was born in 1938 in Milan, Italy. One of the most popular and best-selling Italian singers ever, Adriano is world renowned for his hit 24 thousand kisses, but also many others.

  1. Nek

Filippo Neviani, known better by his stage name Nek, was born in 1972 in Sassuolo, Modena, Italy. He is a songwriter, musician,and singer. Nek is very popular in Italy, but also in Spain and Spanish speaking countries. He has written and sang many songs in both Italian and Spanish language. Nek got his first success in 1997 at Sanremo Music Festival where he sang his first hit Laura nonc’è.

  1. Umberto Tozzi

Umberto Tozzi was born in 1952 in Tulin, Italy. He is a rock and pop composer and singer. His most prominent hits are Gloria,Claridad,and TiAmo. Other songs he wrote areInvisibile (1987), GliAltriSiamonoi (1991), Equivocando (1994), Il grido (1996), Aria e Cielo (1997), Un’altra vita (2000) and many others.

  1. GigliolaCinquetti

Gigliola Cinquetti was born in Verona in 1947. She is a TV presenter and a singer from Italy. At the age of 16, she performed and won at the Sanremo Festival in 1964, singing Non-HoL’Età, a composition by Nicole Salerno on the verses of Maria Panzeria. Gigliolina’s performance of this song was an excellent match with the lyric, and her natural appearance, an accurate reflection of what she was singing – ensured her victory. The victory enabled her to perform at the Eurosong in 1964, where she sang the same song and made her first success to Italy in the competition. Cinquetti then held the record for years as the youngest Eurosong winner until 1985 and the triumph of Sandra Kim. Her appearance at the Eurosong in 1964 is also unusual because she is the only one preserved, as magnetoscopic tapes with a recording of the event were destroyed in the fire of the Danmarks Radio studio six years later.

  1. Tiziano Ferro

Tiziano Ferro was born on 21 February 1980. He is an Italian singer, songwriter, music producer and composer. He gained international popularity in 2001 by Perdomo’s song, which has achieved great success on the European and world top charts, while in Italy he acquired the status of a great star. He has published most of his albums in addition to Italian, in Spanish, and also sings in English, Portuguese and French.

  1. Luciano Pavarotti

Luciano Pavarotti was born in Northern Italy, in Modena, in 1935. Luciano Pavarotti was an Italian opera singer. He was regarded as one of the most important tenors of the 20th century. Pavarotti was also known for his humanitarian work. He received medals from the United Nations High Commission for Refugees. Pavarotti comes from a musical family. Before he began to pursue music, he dealt with pedagogy and wanted to be a teacher. Heworked for two years at the ScuoladelleMagistrale. In 1956, he decided to become a singer and began to take singing lessons with Ariga Pole in Modena, and later with EtorCampoli in Mantova.


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