Tani was born in Palermo, Italy. At the age of 16, he and his family moved to the United States. Since early childhood, Tani has always been attracted to poetic thought, a fascination that has grown with his interest in music.
Tani began to pursue music in 1991. The early ‘90s marked a time of learning and experimentation for the musician. From 1992 to 1994, Tani took his first singing lessons and studied guitar. The following year, Tani taped various “demos” and performed at various Greenwich Village venues. Many of his pieces received acclaim from local critics, including “An Unusual Stranger in a Strange Place,” “Face in the Dark,” a piece inspired by the death of a close friend’s father and “Incomincia la Festa (The party begins), a song of a journey during sleep.
From 1997 on, Tani concentrated mainly on composition. In December of 1999, he encountered David Jones, a teacher of “bel canto,” the Italian 19th-century lyrical style. This meeting marked an important step in the development of Tani’s voice. That same year, he began to rehearse his first single, “Io E il Presente (The Present and I)".
He also established his own record company, Harmony Tales Music. In February 2001 Tani dabbled with theater. He performed at Lincoln Center in “America! America!”. In July 2003, Tani released his second CD, entitled “Che Cosa sta Accadendo (What’s happening)”.
Recently, a deeper vision and understanding of social and religious issues has led the singer to express the problems that afflict the world through poetic language and music.
In August 2010 Tani released his third CD entitled Fragment of Your Love, The album comprised four songs, “Young Mary”, “Fragment of Your Love", “Feeling the Rain" and “Heart Pierced with Pain”. In July 2017 Tani released his fourth album entitled "World Salvation" The CD was arranged and produced by Tani.
Tani is currently working for the releasing if his fifth album called "Life Without Destiny".