daniele groff
daniele groff

Daniele Groff

The Italian singer was born in Trento.

Daniele Groff was born on the 7th of June, 1973, in Trento and completed his piano studies at the age of 21 at the Trento Conservatory. Later he specialised in this field under the direction of the lecturers of the Salzburg Conservatory and the University of Miami. Soon Groff recognised his passion for Britpop and wrote his first songs. With the single “Daisy” in 1998 Daniele Groff won the “Sanremo Famosi”, a musical competition for young talents. On the album “Variatio 22″ are many other well-known hits of the artist, like “Everyday” or “Io sono Io”.

In 2000 Daniele Groff released his second album “Brit”, from which three singles were lift (“If you don’t like it”, “Anna Julia”, “Lory”).

Further albums and singles followed with which Daniele Groff has written a success story. His last single was released in 2016.

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