Erminio Sinni has a vast experience in show-biz.
Born in 1961, the artists started studying the piano at the age of 12 and at the age of 18 he moved to Rome, in order to follow up a musical career.
In 1989, Erminio participated at the Sanremo Festival as a composer of the song "Tutti i cuori sensibili", interpreted by Stefania La Fauci.
In 1991, following the invitation of the Ambassador Peter Secchia, the artist sang at the party organised for Frank Sinatra at the American Embassy in Rome.
Erminio Sinni returned to the Sanremo Festival in 1993, this time as an interpreter, reaching the fifth position with the song „L'amore vero" and winning Premio Volare for the best music of the event and Premio S.I.L.B for the best lyrics.
In 1996 he received the award for the best singer-composer in Premio Mia Martini, and in the period 2002-2006 he was the official musician of the Italian national football team.
Erminio Sinni participated in the Eurovision Romania together with Tiziana Camelin, interpreting the song („All The Love Away”) – music and lyrics: Erminio Sinni, Mauro Goldsand, Alessandro Camponeschi and Tiziana Camelin.