George Aaron

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George Aaron
Born (1963-09-20) 20 September 1963 (age 53)
Genres Italo disco
Occupation(s) Singer

George Aaron (born 20 September 1963) is an Italian singer. He first came to prominence in 1984 with the release of his album She's A Devil.[1] He released four more albums over the next five years, selling million of records worldwide. After 14 years away from the recording studio, he released a 6th album, Don't Ask me why, in 2003. As of 2009, his discography includes 10 albums. He was born with the name Giorgio Aldighieri in Vicenza and is the great-grandson of opera singers Gottardo Aldighieri and Maria Spezia-Aldighieri.

Discography[edit]

  • 1983 - Just For You
  • 1984 - She's A Devil
  • 1986 - New Sensations
  • 1988 - I Heard It Through The Grapevine
  • 1989 - Twist In My Sobriety
  • 2003 - Don't Ask me why
  • 2003 - Hot Love
  • 2005 - Silly Reason
  • 2007 - Heaven
  • 2009 - Fear
  • 2011 - World is Out
  • 2011 - Russian Ladies
  • 2012 - Love is In (feat Tiziana Rivale)
  • 2012 - I'll never fly
  • 2012 - NothingVille is a Town
  • 2013 - Iza
  • 2013 - Cuore Matto remix
  • 2013 - Russian Ladies (radio mix)
  • 2013 - Never cry for love
  • 2013 - Iubesc, Amor
  • 2013 - fever (mambo dance)
  • 2014 - Love is in the Air (house mix)
  • 2015 - Love is in the Air (Giorgio's Mix)
  • 2016 - A Star in the Sky
  • 2016 - White Christmas
  • 2015 - If I get home on Christmas day

Featurings[edit]

  • 1983 - Somebody (VIDEO)
  • 1984 - Don't Stop (TIME)
  • 1984 - Selling Song (TIME)
  • 1984 - Simpathy for the devil (TIME)
  • 1984 - Silent Smiles (RAM BAND)
  • 1895 - Paradiso Land (PARADISO)
  • 1985 - Sahara Sand (OTTOMIX)
  • 1986 - We are the Video (VIDEO)
  • 1987 - Jesahell
  • 1987 - Robin Hood (WILLIAM KING)
  • 2012 - The End with Andrea DP dj
  • 2015 - Let it be me with Angelo Seretti

Album[edit]

  • 1983 - Memories on Mix
  • 1997 - George Aaron Complete
  • 2001 - The lost Album
  • 2008 - George Aaron
  • 2008 - Summer Collection 2008
  • 2013 - One step further (compilation)
  • 2013 - From George in Vicenza

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