Gabriele "Gabry" Ponte is an Italian DJ, remixer, record producer, and radio personality, best known for his membership in the Italian dance band Eiffel 65. With Eiffel 65's rise to fame in the late '90s, his celebrity status was established. He later went on to produce the Italian hit single "Geordie", which was rewarded with gold record for selling over 25,000 copies, as well as hits "Time to Rock", "Got to Get" and "La Danza delle Streghe". Also to his credit are a number of remixes of popular songs such as Gianni Togni's "Giulia" and O-Zone's "Dragostea Din Tei", among others. In 2005, Ponte announced he would be separating from Eiffel 65 to pursue solo work. In 2006 he founded and still manages record label Dance and Love, nowadays one of the most important Italian dance independent labels. In January 2012, he also produced the international hit "Tacata' "by dance music trio Tacabro.
|Birth name:||Gabriele Ponte|
|Born:||April 20, 1973, Turin, Piedmont, Italy|
|Genres:||Italo dance, dance, electro house|
|Labels:||Ultra Records, Dance and Love, Bliss Corporation|
|Associated acts:||Eiffel 65, Julissa Veloz, Pitbull, Shaggy|
|Website:||Gabry Ponte's Official site|
|Twitter:||Gabry Ponte's Twitter profile|
About Gabry Ponte
Italian DJ and producer who found fame in the late 1990's as a member of the Europop trio Eiffel 65, best known for their hit song "Blue (Da Ba Dee)." He later found success as a solo artist with dance tracks like "Geordie."
He began performing as a DJ in 1993 at BlissCorporation, and quickly opened his own label that specialized in remaking classic songs into dance tracks.
He had a side project called Sangwara, who released remixes of "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen, and Roberta Flack's "Killing Me Softly."
Born in Moncalieri, Italy.
In 2012, he dropped the dance track "Beat on My Drum" featuring rapper Pitbull.
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