Cesare Cremonini, born in Bologna on March 27, 1980, is an Italian singer-songwriter, actor and writer.
Son of Carla, literature professor, and Giovanni Cremonini, dietitian (1924-2019), two years younger than his brother Vittorio.
From an early age he began studying piano (at 6 he took his first lesson).
At the age of 11, he received the first album by Queen as a gift, a group of which he will be a great fan and which leads him to slowly abandon his passion for classical music to embrace the world of pop/rock.
His aptitude for writing instead manifests itself around the age of 14, when he writes down short stories, poems and songs in a notebook.
He was the frontman of the Italian group Lùnapop.
In 2002 the singer officially announced the dissolution of the group, successfully continuing his solo career and releasing seven studio albums, two live albums and three collections over the years.
He has received many awards, including two Lunezia Awards, five Music Awards, a Nastro d'argento for the best original song and first place at the Festivalbar.