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Joe Spinella announces the release of 'Never Stopped Loving You,' a new single from his latest album. Written and produced by Joe Vulpis at AP Music & Entertainment, the song is now available on iTunes, eMusic and Amazon. Collaborating with producer and song writer, Joe Vulpis, has resulted in more of a classical crossover element to this new pop ballad. Spinella's powerful vocals are illuminated by the Emmy award-winning Macedonia Radio Symphony Orchestra.
‘Never Stopped Loving You’ and another release, ‘Trust in Me’ can be heard on www.soundcloud.com/magical-tenor.
“It’s up to the fans now,” says Spinella. “I am very happy to have been included and really think both of these songs are wonderful. ‘Trust in Me’ was included in the ‘illusionAria’ show – my other project.”
He refers to a new show, illusionAria, that combines classic Italian songs with big-stage illusions. It recently enjoyed a 2-week run in Venice, Florida with nightly standing ovations. Highlights of the show are on Youtube.
Spinella’s voice is often compared to that of the late Pavarotti. Indeed, he was discovered a few years ago by the Metropolitan Opera conductor, Paul Nadler. It began his relationship with Met vocal coach, Joan Dorneman, who was also Pavarotti’s vocal coach for 30 years.
Spinella is a classically trained tenor soloist and performer, offering a diversified repertoire including opera, classical crossover, and musical theater. He sings in six languages and his repertoire includes many songs in Italian, Spanish, English, German and French.
He has participated in Master Classes with Birgit Nielsen, Eleanor Steber, and Regina Resnik. His tenor voice quality was described by Princeton's weekly newspaper, Town Topics, as "a solid Metropolitan Opera level performer."
Spinella Tenor of Illusions, is managed by Pava Nella Entertainment. Fan can find out about his music and concerts on Facebook under Spinella Tenor of Illusions. For booking or contact information, please go to www.TenorofIllusions.com.itunes
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