Franco De Vita Tickets
Franco De Vita (born January 23, 1954 in Caracas, Venezuela) is a singer-songwriter popular in Latin music. In 1982, De Vita formed the group Icaro, which released one self-titled album in his homeland. Two years later, he released his first disc as a solo artist, simply titled Franco De Vita. The album spun off three Spanish-language hits, including "Somos Tres", "No Hay Cielo" and "Un Buen Perdedor".
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His 1986 album Fantasia produced several more hits, including the title song and "Aqui Estas Otra Vez". "Solo Importas Tu", taken from the album, was used as the theme song to the Spanish-language soap opera La Dama De Rosa. He appeared in the end credits of every episode, performing the song at the piano.
De Vita has continued to enjoy success as one of Latin music's most consistently popular singer-songwriters, with a style often compared to Bruce Springsteen and Billy Joel. His 2004 album Stop reached the Top 10 throughout Latin America and on the U.S. Latin charts, spurred by the hits "Tu De Que Vas" and "Si La Ves", the latter a collaboration with pop group Sin Bandera. De Vita is reportedly one of the largest selling musical artists ever to emerge from Venezuela. As a songwriter, he has written hits for Ricky Martin and Chayanne.