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The new song Susanna by Gianluca Gallo is a heavy rotation throughout the world wide. All the radio/club/Bar DJs love the song. This song will make to the Billboard Charts.

Throughout the years, we have persistently been interested by the pulling intensity of electronic music and the manner in which it moves such a large number of makers just as fans over the globe. Talking about such specialists who were astounded by the universe of move music, the developing Italian record maker Gianluca Gallo has been on the roll of late with the arrival of his most recent notch house single called Susanna.


Here at We Rave You, we plunked down with the craftsman to have a fascinating discussion about his roots as a maker and his forthcoming plans:

How long have you been an artist? Inform us concerning the starting point of your music. What enlivened you to seek after your vocation as a craftsman?

At the point when I was 12, I began playing guitar and later entered the esteemed Music Conservatory of Palermo. At 16, I composed my own musical gang where I was a lead vocalist. Music satisfies my life from an extremely youthful age. Along these lines, it generally speaks to my background from numerous points of view, it is made by the converge of my spirit, psyche, and feelings I feel. To be a craftsman for me it implies sharing my sentiments, expressions of love, and feelings; I was continually ready to carry it to the crowd, share it, and feel the response and input.

Who do you consider to have been your greatest impacts all through your profession that have had an effect on your singles?

I have consistently refreshing such glorious specialists like Barry White, Joe Pass, and Ray Charles; they filled me musically with sly sense. Putting together my musicality with respect to these exemplary amicable specialists, I later went to new inclinations, crushed and went along with them around one another, to make my own way to deal with my own music.

Congrats on your gigantic new record 'Susanna'. What were the motivations behind the record? What made you need to make an advanced version to The Art Company's great single?

From the start, "Susanna" began as a saxophone tune, and afterward a radiance rose. I was messing with the saxophone outfit, and when I set up everything, I had an inclination that it must be a makeover of this specific melody, as there was no contemporary or sweet adjustment of "Susanna" at that point.


Born in Agrigento in 1974, Gianluca Gallo began playing the guitar at the age of only 12. at the age of 13 she passed her exams entering the Music Conservatory of Palermo. at the age of16, he formed his first Rock group, not neglecting his studies at the Conservatory. In the meantime, he began composing and singing Italian Rock style songs and after having sent auditions to various show agencies, he was called to perform the vaudeville of some singers such as Francesco Baccini, Luca Barbarossa, Andrea Mingardi, Los Locos. In 1998 he recorded a song titled (Quanto Tempo) and it is thanks to this song that has been successful in Sicily and southern Italy, this song is passed on the radio, and Gianluca is called as a guest in various events of Piazza and also the host of television programs. In 1999 he began his Tournée with 7 dates in the Sicilian squares, with Pop Rock songs written by himself, obtaining great favor from the public and reaching some squares an audience of 5,000 people. In 2001 he finally released his first single CD titled (Un tuffo al Mare) a joking single that goes a bit 'out of the rules, the electro-pop-Latin style, and this time begins another tour with 10 dates.

In 2007comes the single (È Tardi ... Arrivederci) that brings Gianluca a decent success in Italy, first through a television commercial that uses the song and then through over 400 national radio stations that pass the song. Today Gianluca lives in Latvia, he is working on his next single.

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