Paola Turci

Italian pop singer Paola Turci made her live debut at the San Remo Festival in 1986, and two years later made her first record, Ragazza Sola Ragazza Blu. Her breakthrough came in 1989 when her song "Bambini," from her self-titled album, became a huge success. In 1993, the artist released Ragazze, followed by 1995's Una Sgommata e Via and 1996's Volo Cosi. That same year, Turci moved from BMG to WEA, recording her second smash, a song called "Mi Manchi Tu," based on John Waite's "Missing You." Subsequent singles like "Oltre le Nuvole" and "Mi Basta il Paradiso" helped to cement her reputation as one of the country's most beloved pop stars, and over the next two decades she released a string of platinum- and gold-selling albums. In early 2017, she issued the single "Fatti Bella per Te" in anticipation of the release of the full-length Il Secondo Cuore, which quickly soared to the top of the charts. In addition to her musical career, Turci has penned two books and has worked with numerous non-profit groups. ~ Drago Bonacich

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