Renan Nerone is a guitarist, singer, and songwriter. He was born in Maringa, a small city in the southern part of Brazil. His passions is the guitar, which he has been playing for the past 14 years. This passion started when he was just a little boy. He discovered then that the music was able to bring happiness for himself and other people around him.
In 2007, Nerone moved to Florence, Italy where he attended the Conservatory Luigi Cherubini studying Jazz Music and graduated with honors.
In 2010, he recorded his first CD with a collection of cover songs from artists including A. Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes, Toquinho, Chico Buarque and Tim Maia.
Renan was guest of honor at the event ''Premio Battisti 2010'' held in Italy along with Dario Baldabembo and Cristel Carrisi. Also, on the following year at the "Premio Battisti 2011", Renan was again invited to be guest of honor along with Antonella Ruggiero.
On September 25 of 2010, Renan played at the Nervi Hall at the Vatican on the Beatification of Chiara Luce Badano with a crowd of 9,000 people. Additionally, another 15,000 people viewed the event at the Saint Pieter Square in Rome. The event was broadcast by the Italian television network ''Telepace'' and also live on the Internet. Renan additionally recorded the acoustic and electric guitar tracks of the CD of such event.
In 2012, ''Renan Nerone Trio'' was formed along with other two musicians. They performed in several places around Italy, including Rome, Pisa and Florence.
At the Sport Arena in Budapest, Renan played the guitar for the "Let's Bridge" event with a crowd of more than 13,000 people. The event happened on the occasion of the world manifestation "Genfest 2012" which was sponsored by UNESCO and broadcast live on the Internet around the world.
In 2013, he toured in Brazil with the international group Gen Rosso. 100,000 people attended the show ''Halleluya'' held in Fortaleza.
On July 28 of 2013, Renan Nerone played in Copacabana at the city of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil for the World Youth Day. Around 3 million people attended the event with the presence of Pope Francis. It was broadcast by several Brazilian television networks, international channels and the Internet.
In 2014, Renan moved to Florida, USA, where he has been playing in different cities with well known musicians such as Jay Stollman, Wayne Perry (Mister Trombone), John Michalak, Yoel Hyman, Todd Hunter, Doug Carter and many others.