Franco De Vita Tickets


In the new world of today, music is breaking boundaries of culture and language faster than anyone predicted. And the sizable Hispanic contingent in America gives rise to unprecedented mass appeal for Latin acts. Franco De Vita has been Venezuelan music’s most visible international face, finally gaining long-awaited recognition after featuring in a famed soap opera’s soundtrack. While the break took long in coming, he has since seized his opportunity eagerly, going on to win a number of awards and establishing a huge fan base with a constant stream of hits. He has dabbled in genres other than his staple Latin pop, including reggaeton and world beat. De Vita is also a well-known songwriter. His success mainly came in solo work, though he has performed in a band at the start of his career. Franco De Vita tickets are selling like hot cakes as the international superstar plays in locations around the US this spring.

 
Franco De Vita was born to Italian immigrant parents in Caracas, Venezuela in January 1954. At the age of three they immigrated back to Italy. By thirteen, he was back in Venezuela and after finishing high school, he decided to study piano in university. He took over the role of vocalist, keyboardist, and songwriter for his first band ‘Icaro’. The Latin pop band Icaro also contained Jose Flores (bass) and Javier Exposito (drums). The band released one self-titled album in 1983. He then went solo and released his self-titled debut Franco De Vita in 1984 after striking a deal with Sonografica. Two years later, Fantasia came out, increasing his number of hits, but they were all limited to Venezuela. De Vita hit a purple patch and instant international visibility when his song was chosen as the theme for the famous Latin soap opera ‘La Dama De Rosa’. In each of the 144 episodes, De Vita appeared at the closing credits crooning to “Solo Importas Tu”. He changed to Sony Music for a wider global audience, and his next albums ‘Al Norte del Sur’ and the award-winning ‘Extranjero’ performed admirably. Through the 90s, De Vita kept producing albums of high quality and also tried new styles. These included acoustic works, live albums, and a world beat-inspired album. His songwriting skills were employed by other notable Latin artists as well throughout the 2000s, and he also did work in the reggaeton genre and released the successful 2004 album Stop.

 
“Un Buen Perdedor”, “No Hay Cielo”, and Somos Tres” were hits off his debut solo work. Fantasia landed two key hits in “Aqui Estras ostra vez” and “Solo Importas Tu”. The latter took off after being used for the Luis Manzo and Tito Rojas-directed tele-novella La Dama De Rosa, about a wrongfully convicted girl seeking revenge on a former lover. The drama’s success rubbed off directly on Fantasia’s sales, and Franco De Vita became a household name to the Latin-speaking populace outside Venezuela for the first time. This was evidenced by Al Norte del Sur (1988) landing four hits inside the Billboard Latin Top 10: “Louis”, “Te Amo”, “Esta Vez”, and “Promesas”. His musical style was described as being more socially conscious. Extranjero continued the trend, and landed his killer single “No Basta”. It remained top of the Latin charts for six weeks and even garnered a ‘Viewer’s Choice’ MTV Video Music Award. 1993’s Voces a mi Alrededor had the Top 10 hit “Calido y Frio”. Nada Es Igual prospered from its world beat flavor, with “Traigo Una Pena” becoming a Top 5 hit. Since the turn of the century, he has released 6 further albums. “Como Decirte No” became another Top 10 hit in 2002. Stop (2004) received 2xPlatinum + Gold certification, becoming his most successful recent album due to “Tu De Que Vas”. He has also composed in Italian (Straniero) and Portuguese (Isto e America). He has worked with Frankie Vali reggaeton duo Wisin and Yandel, and also wrote for Chayanne and Ricky Martin (“Vuelve”).

 
Franco De Vita’s live concerts showcase his boundless energy and charisma. His soft Latin pop ballads have reached far and wide, and the power of his live album En Vivo Marzo 16 is testament to his live appeal. He visits Radio City Music Hall, Lynn and Silver Spring next.

 
Experimentation has been a key component of Franco De Vita’s success, and he has proven as adept at other genres as he has with his light romantic numbers. Franco De Vita tickets are a must-have for every Latin pop fan this spring.

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