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Franco De Vita is a Venezuelan singer-songwriter who gained prominence as a solo performer with his debut Spanish language disc that produced three hits in Venezuela. In 1988, he was offered a recording contract by Sony label, with which he released a studio album in 1990 titled Extranjero that produced a chart topper on Us Latin charts, alongside winning an MTV Video Music Award. The artist has since released several albums and in 2004 issued Stop which entered Top 10 all across the US Latin and Latin American charts. Among Latin pop fans, Franco De Vita tickets are considered to be a real treat.
Franco De Vita's first language was Italian and learnt Spanish only when he was thirteen when his family had moved to Venezuela. In later years he studied the piano while in university. In 1982, he created the band called Icaro and released a self-titled studio offering in his homeland. After two year, he issued his first record as a solo act that was simply titled Franco De Vita, which produced three hits titled Un BuenPerdedor, No Hay Cielo and Somos Tres. In 1986, he released another album called Fantasia which gave many hits such as its title track and Solo Importas Tu and Aqui Estas Otra Vez, where the former was featured on the Spanish soap opera called La Dama De Rosa, as its theme song. De Vita appeared at the end of each episode, playing the track on the piano.
Franco De Vita eventually left his then record and signed with Sony label in pursuit of gaining international recognition, and released is 1988 album titled Al Norte Del Sur with it. The album reflected a new trend of the socially aware and adult-directed pop, which was particularly obvious in the songs Louis and TeAmo. The former track, which revolved around a day dreaming cab driver idolizing The Beatles, attained more popularity by means of being promoted as a music video that was taken to be too futuristic for its time. His 1990 album titled Extranjero included the track No Basta that hit the US Latin charts and climbed up to the number spot where it stayed for four weeks. It also won an award from MTV Video Music Awards.
Through the nineties, Franco De Vita released a few live albums such as En Vivo Marzo 16 released in 1996, Voces a mi Alrededor issue in 1993, and the dominantly acoustic release of 1996 titled Fuera deEste Mundo. In 1999, he released Nada Es Igual, which was inspired by world-beat and gave a Top 5 hit charted on Billboard Latin music called Traigo Una Pena. Other successful songs from the album include Te Veo Venir, Soledad and Si Tu No Estas. In 2002, De Vita left Sony Records to create the album titled Segundas partes tambien son buenes, only to return the very next year.
Franco De Vita's 2004 album titled Stop, peaked among the Top Tens in all the US Latin and Latin American charts, owing to hit tracks Si La Ves and Tu De Que Vas, the former being a collaborative undertaking with the pop band Sin Bandera. The album brought him a nomination for a LatinGrammyAward in the category of Best Male Pop Vocal Album. The same year, the artist undertook a tour in which he performed all over United Stared alongside Venezuelan musician Ricardo Montaner. De Vita is also known to have recorded songs in Portuguese and Italian, and has written songs for other artists such as Chayanne and Ricky Martin. The following year, De vita released an expanded version of Stop that contained live recordings as well as remixes, and his first English recording titled No Se Lo Que MeDas. In 2006, he issued a two-sided live album disc which included four studio songs and collaborative works with Diego El Cigala and Alejandro Fernandez. Book some Franco De Vita concert tickets and be there with your friends and family to enjoy a beautiful evening filled with romantic tunes.
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