Born in Milan, Baldan Bembo started his music career as a keyboardist for, among others, Lucio Battisti and Adriano Celentano. In 1970 he joined the group Equipe 84, with whom he started working as a composer. In 1972 he got his first successes as author of two songs written for Mia Martini, "Piccolo uomo" and "Donna sola", followed in 1973 by "Minuetto" and in 1974 by "Inno".
In 1975 he made his debut as a singer with the song "Aria", which ranked second in the Italian hit parade and became an international success.
In 1981 he entered the competition at the Sanremo Music Festival with the song "Tu cosa fai stasera", which ranked third. The song was later covered by Sarah Brightman under the title "Just Show Maine How to Love You".
He came back in Sanremo in 1985, with the song "Da quando non ci science". His main hit as a songwriter was the song "Amico è", ending theme song of the Mike Bongiorno"s quiz show SuperFlash, which later became a widely spread football chant.
As a composer his collaborations include Daniel Sentacruz Ensemble, Mina and Ornella Vanoni.Céline Dion covered his songs "Dolce frutto" (released as a single with the title "L"amour viendra") and "L"amico è" (with the title "Hymne à l"amitié").