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Luca Dirisio

Luca Dirisio

Luca Dirisio


Luca Dirisio (born in Vasto, June 18, 1978) is an Italian singer. He was born to Cecelia and Luigi Dirisio, on June 18, 1978 in Vasto. Before he started singing, he was a promising player in the Italian youth soccer league. His first single "Calma e sangue freddo" was released during the summer of 2004 in Italy and immediately became a hit. His first album, Luca Dirisio, sold more than 100,000 copies. The next singles extracted from this album were "Il mio amico vende il te", "Usami" and "Per sempre". Read more on Last.fm
Luca Dirisio (born in Vasto, June 18, 1978) is an Italian singer. He was born to Cecelia and Luigi Dirisio, on June 18, 1978 in Vasto. Before he started singing, he was a promising player in the Italian youth soccer league. His first single "Calma e sangue freddo" was released during the summer of 2004 in Italy and immediately became a hit. His first album, Luca Dirisio, sold more than 100,000 copies.

The next singles extracted from this album were "Il mio amico vende il te", "Usami" and "Per sempre". During the summer Luca started a long series of concerts in Italy. Recently, he won a prize as "the revelation of the year" at the Italian music contest "Festivalbar". In 2006, the album "Luca Dirisio" and the single "Calma e Sangue Freddo" were published in Germany, Spain and Mexico, He participated in the Sanremo Music Festival with a new song "Sparirò", written by himself and dedicated to an ex girlfriend. Just after the festival, Luca's second album arrived in shops La vita è strana, which contains the Festival song.

In the summer of 2006 the second extracted single was "La Ricetta del Campione", and the third one was "L'Isola degli Sfigati". In the videoclip of "L'Isola degli Sfigati", Luca makes fun of the RAI show L'Isola dei Famosi, the Italian version of CBS show Survivor. In September 2006 Luca was chosen to sing "Se Provi a Volare", the Italian adaptation of "Breaking Free", main theme of Disney High School Musical. This song was later inserted in the reprints of La Vita è Strana. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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