| 20 October 1954 (age 61) (1954-10-20) Naples|
Posteggiatore abusivo, Veleno mare e a, Cu' mme'
Roberto Murolo, Jenny Sorrenti, Lina Nikolakopoulou
Enzo Gragnaniello Wikipedia
Enzo Gragnaniello (born 20 October 1954) is an Italian singer-songwriter and composer.
Born in Quartieri Spagnoli, Naples, Gragnaniello began playing the guitar at the age of 12 and began composing his first songs at 18 years old. In 1977 he formed the group "Banchi nuovi", named after the Committee of unemployed people to which he belonged.
Gragnaniello made his solo debut in 1983, with the eponymous album Enzo Gragnaniello. In 1986 he received his first Targa Tenco, an award he won again in 1990 and 1999. In 1991 his song "Cu'mmè", recorded by Roberto Murolo and Mia Martini, obtained a great commercial success and became instant classics in Italy; in 1997 with the same song Gragnaniello won the music festival "Viva Napoli". In 1999 he entered the competition at the Sanremo Music Festival in a duet with Ornella Vanoni, ranking fourth with the song "Alberi".
Gragnaniello composed songs for Andrea Bocelli, Adriano Celentano, Gerardina Trovato among others. He is also active as a composer of musical scores for stage plays and films.1983 - Enzo Gragnaniello
1985 - Salita Trinità degli Spagnoli
1990 - Fujente
1991 - Veleno mare e ammore
1993 - Un mondo che non c'è
1994 - Cercando il sole
1996 - Posteggiatore abusivo
1996 - Continuerò
1998 - Neapolis mantra
1998 - Canzoni di rabbia canzoni d'amore
1999 - Oltre gli alberi
1999 - Dai Quartieri al S.Carlo
2001 - Balìa
2003 - Tribù e passione (with James Senese)
2003 - The Best of Enzo Gragnaniello
2005 - Quanto mi costa
2007 - L'Erba Cattiva
2011 - Radice
2013 - Live