Biography

Enzo Ghinazzi (born 11 September 1955 – Ponticino, Arezzo, Italy),  more commonly known as  Pupo,  is an Italian Pop singer and lyricist.  His first single, “Ti Scrivero” came out in 1975 and began a path to worldwide success that would lead to several hit albums such as Su di noi, Ciao, Lo Devo Solo a Te, Forse, Un Amore Grande, among many others.  His records have been heard around the world and have been translated into English, German, French and Spanish. With over twenty million albums sold throughout the course of his career, Pupo has received 11 gold records and with the album Piu’ di Prima, he also won the Gondola d’Oro in 1981. He has participated in four Festivals of Sanremo (1980-83-84 and 1992) in which he was always classified among the top performers.

Pupo’s voice resounds in the most important theaters in the world.  His tours have taken him to Madison Square Garden and Broadway in New York, the Maple Leaf Garden in Toronto, the Royal Albert Hall of London and the Entertainment Center of Sydney, as well as Paris’ L’Olympia.  His 1986 tour also brought him to the grand theaters of Tallinn, Leningrad, and Moscow and helped build a strong, international fan base that lingers to this day.