Italian singer known for her albums Canzone Per Parlare, Di Terra e Vento, and Concerti, all of which won the Targa Tenco. Certe Piccole Voci and Gente Comune also received the award.
She was involved in entertainment as a stuntwoman before competing at the 1968 Castrocaro Music Festival, which launched her music career.
She's sung in a variety of Romance languages alongside Italian, including English, Portuguese, and French. She was a host at the 50th Sanremo Music Festival.
She grew up with her siblings Patrizia and Maurizio. Her father was named Luigi.
She and Noemi collaborated on the 2009 duet in "L'amore si Odia."