Gabry Ponte

Artist / Band / Musician
Gabry was born in Torino on 20th of april 1973. He starts his career

as a producer in 1993, the year in which he started working with the

newly-founded Blisscorporation. In 1999 "Blue (Da ba dee)", the first

single with the band Eiffel 65, is released and reaches the top of the

charts all over the world, selling more than 10 million singles and

more than 3 million albums. In the following years the band from

Torino tours the world, doing over 1000 concerts. They even get

nominated for a Grammy Award, and in 2000 they win the European Music

Award in Montecarlo as "Best Italian Artist in the World".

In the same time Gabry starts his solo project and releases his first

album "Gabry Ponte". His singles "Time to Rock", "The Man in the Moon"

and "Geordie" rise fast to the top of the charts in the bigger part of


In 2002 Gabry takes part of the "Festival della canzone Italiana"

together with Eiffel65, bringing the dance to the stage of Sanremo

with their single "Quelli che non hanno età". In the same year Gabry

joined the staff of Radio Deejay, one of the most important

Italian radio networks.

In 2003 he releases his second album "Dr. Jekyll & Mr DJ", of which

two other successful singles are being extracted: "La danza delle

streghe" and "Figli di Pitagora", with the exceptional collaboration

of the singer "Little Tony". Meantime he produces also several remixes

like "Giulia" and "Dragostea din tei", only to name a few.

In 2008 starts the adventure "DANCE AND LOVE", a recording company

founded and lead by Gabry, that leans his name also to his weekly

podcast on Itunes, aswell as to the weekly radio program with the best

dance news from all over the world.

In 2010 he releases "Don't let me be misunderstood", with remixes by

Cristian Marchi and Nicola Fasano & Steve Forest, sung by Andrea Love.
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