Italian singer and songwriter, born 10 February 1962 in Florence, Italy. He is the founder and leader of Italian Rock band Litfiba.
Piero Pelù (born February 10, 1962) is an Italian rock singer and songwriter, best known for his work with the famous Italian rock band Litfiba. He was born in Florence. In July 1999, Pelù quit Litfiba due to tensions between him and guitarist Ghigo Renzulli. In 2000, he released his first solo album Né buoni né cattivi. In 2002, his duet with an Indonesian popstar, Anggun, entitled "L'amore immaginato" reached No.1 in the National Italian Airplay Charts for over two months. Pelù's powerful vocal timbre and range falls within the baritone category. In 2009, Back in Litfiba with historical founder Ghigo Renzulli. In 2013, he appeared as one of the four judges on The Voice of Italy.