Zucchero Zucchero is one of the most internationally successful Italian pop/rock artists and has enjoyed worldwide success with his unique style, compositions and voice.

Zucchero's best known hit is 'Senza una donna' ('Without a Woman'), which was performed as a duet with Paul Young. The duet was hugely successful worldwide, reaching the top 10 in European charts. Zucchero and Luciano Pavarotti were firm friends and collaborated frequently throughout the past fifteen years, beginning in 1992 when Zucchero wrote the song 'Miserere' after hearing Pavarotti perform.

Zucchero joined Luciano Pavarotti in almost every Pavarotti & Friends concert, and their duet, Misserere became very popular worldwide. In May 2004, the two performed together at The Royal Albert Hall show in London, sharing the stage for the last time.