Enzo Ghinazzi best known as Pupo, is an Italian singer, lyricist, television presenter, writer and voice actor. In 1981 he wrote his first hit for another artist : “Sarà perché ti amo”, sung by Ricchi e Poveri at the Sanremo Festival that year. Pupo competed again in the Festival in 1983 with “Cieli azzurri” (“Blue skies”) and in 1984 with “Un amore grande” (“A big love”), written by Umberto Tozzi and Giancarlo Bigazzi. In 1986 he released the album Pupo in the USSR, a major success that sparked his fame in Eastern Europe. The following year he won the international children’s song festival Zecchino d’Oro as the author of “Canzone amica” (“Friend song”). Pupo toured extensively on international stages , and in 1991 he released his first and to date only live album, Canada’s Wonderland, recorded in Toronto. In 1992 he competed for the fourth time at the Sanremo Music Festival, this time under his birth name, with the spiritual “La mia preghiera” (“My prayer”).