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Tiziano Ferro Edit Profile

singer , songwriter , record producer

Tiziano Ferro is an Italian pop singer. He achieved fame in 2001 and during his career he has also sung in Spanish, English, French and Portuguese. He has sold more than 7,6 million records worldwide. In less than 10 years and within his 32s, Tiziano Ferro has become one of the most acclaimed Italian artists in his homeland as well as worldwide.


Shortly after he change to "Communication Studies" ( Rome).


In 1996, at the age of sixteen, he joined the Gospel Choir of Latina, where he was fascinated by the atmosphere and rhythm of afro-american music.

In 1997 he entered the Academy of Song in Sanremo, with the intention to participate in the next Sanremo Music Festival

in 1998, but he was denied at the first selections. In 1998 he tried again to participate in the Sanremo Music Festival with the song “Quando ritornerai” (this song is considered his first official song), he was among the 12 finalists, but he didn’t win one of 3 places of the Festival. The same year he sang with the group A.T.P.C. the song ”Sulla mia pelle”, which is from the album “Anima e corpo”.

In 2000 he wrote the lyrics for "Angelo mio", the Italian version of the song “Angel of Mine” by singer Monica.

His incredible career started off back in 2001, with the single “Perdono”, which anticipated the debut album “Rosso Relativo” in 2002, immediately released in more than 40 countries worldwide. The record was N.1 in Italy, as well as Platinum in Italy, Switzerland, Spain; Gold in France, Belgium and Mexico (also Top 10). Over 1 mil copies sold worldwide. The single is the third best selling one all over Europe in 2002.

The greatest new achievement was an extensive tour in Italy, Switzerland and North America for the first time. The tour culminated with two remarkable sold out dates at Rome’s Stadio Olimpico, which became his first ever live DVD (one of the best selling of the year 2009).


  • album

    • "Rosso Relativo", 2001

    • "111", 2003

    • "Nessuno è solo", 2006

    • “Alla mia età”, 2008

    • "L'amore è una cosa semplice", 2011


  • Other Interests