|Birth name||Fabio Roscioli|
March 12, 1953 |
|Genres||Pop rock, Italo disco|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, composer, lyricist, guitarist, music producer, music publisher|
|Instruments||E-guitar, classic and folk guitar|
Ryan Paris (born Fabio Roscioli, March 12, 1953) is an Italian musician who gained international popularity in 1983 for the worldwide hit single, "Dolce Vita" , written and produced by Pierluigi Giombini.
Paris continued to release records in the mid-1980s and 1990s, but was not able to emulate the success of his first hit. In 2010 he made a comeback, however, with a new song "I wanna love you once again", written and composed by Paris. The song became popular with 1980s music fans. At the end that year Paris co-produced a remix of "Dolce Vita" which peaked at number 54 in the official French club chart.
In 2013 the new song "Sensation of love", again composed and produced by Paris, but with a Bulgarian singer, peaked at number 15 in the official Bulgarian CD chart. In March 2014, the 1980s version of the song, co-produced by Paris and sung by Paris in duet with Valerie Flor, was ranked number one on more than 60 Italo disco radio stations around the world.
- 1984, Ryan Paris, RCA Italiana (released in Italy only)
- Ryan Paris Official website
- Ryan Paris on Discogs
- Ryan Paris Discography
- Ryan Paris on FanMusik
- Fabio Roscioli at the Internet Movie Database
- Interview with Ryan Paris
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