Nevio Di Graziano (born May 11, 1980, in Bad Windsheim) is an Italo-German singer, musician and songwriter. He rose to fame after placing fourth in the third season of Deutschland sucht den Superstar, the German version of Pop Idol. Passaro, son of Aniello (Italian), and Henrike (German), grew up in Neustadt an der Aisch and was raised bilingually: German and Italian are his mothertongues. He also speaks English and French languages fluently. Between 2000–2005 , he studied "Modern languages for interpreter and translator" in Forlì, Italy. In 2006 finished his diploma thesis entitled "The coexistence of dative and genitive in the German language" and became officially qualified as a simultaneous interpreter. He used to play solo piano and guitar in his live performances. In 2006, he made a guest appearance in RTLRock Mania Show played the piano and sang Bon Jovi's "Bed of Roses". In the same year, at 2006 Nevio toured with his band which includes 9 musicians. He worked on his self-titled debut album Nevio in Germany and Italy. The result is a unique sounding album with styles ranging from jazz to rock, from pop to swing and several tracks in Italian, German and English. Nevio appeared in 2007 and entered the German Album Charts at Number 5 and the Austrian Charts at No.7. The single "Amore per sempre" debuted at No.2 in the German Pop Charts. Amore per sempre is a rock/pop Song recorded in Italian and English.
The single "Amore per Sempre" was the 48th best-selling single of 2007 in Germany