Ryan Paris

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Ryan Paris
Birth name Fabio Roscioli
Born (1953-03-12) March 12, 1953 (age 61)
Rome, Italy
Genres Pop rock, Italo disco
Occupations Singer, composer, lyricist, guitar player, music producer, music publisher
Instruments E-guitar, classic and folk guitar
Years active 1982–present
Labels Carrere, RCA
Website www.ryan-paris.com

Ryan Paris (born Fabio Roscioli,[1] March 12, 1953[2]) is an Italian musician who gained international popularity in 1983 for the worldwide hit single, "Dolce Vita".

Dolce Vita was written and produced by Pierluigi Giombini. Paris continued to release records in the mid-1980s and 1990s, but was not able to duplicate the success of his previous hit. In 2010 Paris made a comeback with a new song, written and composed by him " I wanna love you once again " which has become a popular song between the fans of the 1980s music. At the end of 2010 he co-produced a remix of Dolce Vita which peaked at number 54 in the official ( yacast ) club chart in France and in 2013 a new song " Sensation of love " composed and produced by Paris peaked at number 15 in the official TOP 40 chart of selling CDs in Bulgaria. For this song Paris has chosen a bulgarian singer, but the 1980's version of " Sensation of Love " co-produced by Paris and sung by Paris in duet with a female singer Valerie Flor was ranked number one in March 2014 on more than 60 Italo disco radio stations in the world. The gramophone record self-produced by Paris with his new label Tentacion has already received a cult status in the world of the Italo disco with 3 of the 6 songs recorded on the gramophone record were at the top of the Italo disco radio charts.

The song Dolce Vita was released in the United Kingdom on the Carrere Records label, distributed by RCA and spent ten weeks in the UK Singles Chart, peaking at Number 5.[3] With the new chart activity, Paris is not anymore a one-hit wonder.

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  1. ^ Giombinimusic.com
  2. ^ Discogs.com
  3. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 417. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 

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