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Dario G.

In 1997, “Dario G” reached Number 3 with “Sunchyme”, and peaked at Number 2 with the follow-up “Carnaval de Paris”, relating to the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France. “Sunchyme” also hit number-one on the American Hot Dance Club Party chart. A new version of “Carnaval de Paris” was released in 2002, for the World Cup in South Korea and Japan.

A new single “Ring of Fire” was released throughout Europe in 2006. In 2010, Dario G recorded a new song “Game On” along with rapper Pitbull, for the Official FIFA 2010 World Cup soundtrack.
Dario G’s new single “We Got Music”, featuring Shirley Bassey, was released in the UK on 23 February 2014.

It’s 2018, so that means it 2 full decades since the release of Dario G’s huge football anthem “Carnaval de Paris”. To celebrate the occasion Dario G is back on the road to bring you his “Carnaval de Paris 20 Year Anniversary Tour”. Shows will either consist of his powerful and energetic solo DJ set, or his colourful and super lively full stage PA. The timeless character of “Carnaval de Paris” has been constant over the last 20 years, but when World Cup year combines for the first time with a decade anniversary it’s sure to be big.

From the Dario G summer classic “Sunchyme”, soccer anthems “Carnaval de Paris” and “Ring Of Fire”, The Beach soundtrack “Voices”, to his very latest collaboration “We Got Music” with Dame Shirley Bassey, as well as writing and producing the Official 2010 FIFA World Cup Mascot Song with Pitbull.

So get on board and join the Carnaval!!!



Zucchero, is an Italian rock singer. His music is largely inspired by gospel, soul and rock music, and alternates between ballads and more rhythmic boogie-like pieces.

Zucchero is the Italian word for sugar, as his teacher used to call him. In his career, spanning four decades, Fornaciari has sold over 50 million records around the world and has achieved numerous awards, including two World Music Awards, six IFPI Europe Platinum Awards and a Grammy Award nomination.

Fornaciari’s best known hit “Senza una donna” (“Without a Woman”), in a duet with Paul Young, is from this album. The first pressing of the album didn’t feature the duet: the song was performed by Fornaciari only. The duet was a great success worldwide, reaching the top 10 in European charts. Other European hit singles from this album include English versions of “Diamante” and “Wonderful World”. Diamante was later released as a duet with Randy Crawford, a variant not available on any album until the special edition of Zu & Co.

In November 2007, Fornaciari released a new compilation album with several new tracks, including a cover of Black’s “Wonderful Life” and the PhD track “I won’t let you down” (in the Italian adaption “Tutti i colori della mia vita”. In the spring of 2008 Fornaciari began his All the Best tour, which so far included stops in Germany, the Netherlands, France, Austria, Switzerland, and Ireland, as well as performances at the Royal Albert Hall in London, the Kremlin in Moscow, and San Siro stadium in Milan. A short American tour, including another stop at Carnegie Hall, followed, as well as Fornaciari’s first performances in Australia, where he was joined on stage by Tina Arena in Sydney, and concerts in the United Kingdom, and Italy. November 2008 also saw the release of Live in Italy, a 2 CD, 2 DVD boxset with recordings of performances in Verona in 2007 and Milan in 2008, as well as three new tracks, including the single “Una Carezza”.

In November 2010, Fornaciari released a studio album entitled Chocabeck. The album was produced by Don Was and Brendan O’Brien and includes collaborations with Brian Wilson and U2’s Bono. The first single in Italy was the song È Un Peccato Morir, and in the rest of Europe Chocabeck and Alla Fine. Fornaciari toured to promote this album in 2011.



Sannie Charlotte Carlson, was born in Skaelskor, Denmark. Before singing Sannie worked as a very successful model and studied music. Then she met the producer Larry Pignagnoli. The name Whigfield is a tribute to Sannie’s piano teacher.

The singles Another Day and Think Of You entered both the top 10 in Germany, the Netherlands and many other European countries. Apart from these two songs, the album Whigfield includes the wonderful ballad Close To You.

However, the most succesful release the global smash Saturday Night, her debut single, which stayed 11 weeks on the #1 position in the Spanish charts and also became a massive hit in Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, Portugal and in the UK. Over 2 million copies of this song were sold.