Giada Valenti, an Italian singer, releases a single called “Every Time” on Friday, April 15. It’s a stripped-down recording with simply guitar. Paul Umbach, who has worked with Britney Spears, ‘NSYNC, and the Backstreet Boys, produced the album.
This song was written with the help of lyricist Bruce Smith and the young skilled Dutch composer Robert Fisher. “I created the song in celebration of all the individuals in my life who have always been there for me, in good times and bad,” Giada says of the song. My family, friends, and admirers, my incredible Circle of Love, are always just a phone call, text, or message away. Every day, a rising community of supporters. I hope that this song reaches them all and becomes an anthem for the unique people in their lives who are always there for them. We all require assistance, love, and support, and we are fortunate to have those who are always willing to assist us. That is a blessing.”
Giada Valenti is an Italian singer and composer who was born and raised in Venice. She got signed to the record label BMG as a teenage artist in Europe. She travelled to the United States in 2005 after a big record label in New York expressed considerable interest in her unique voice and romantic music. She is best recognised in the United States for her breathtaking music show “From Venice With Love,” which aired nationally on PBS. Because of her PBS special, she was able to perform concerts in Performing Arts Centers and Theaters across the country. In November 2017, she made her Las Vegas debut as a headliner with a performance at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. She made her Carnegie Hall debut in New York City in October 2018, and she returned by popular demand in 2019.
Giada has received acclaim for her CDs “And I Love You So,” “Italian Signorina,” and “My Lullaby,” “From Venice With Love,” which she has issued for the past fifteen years. She has been performing on the Columbus Day Parade’s Red Carpet in New York City for the past eight years. She has received the Sergio Franchi Music Foundation’s Grant 12 times. Andrea Bocelli requested her to sing with him at a charity concert for his foundation in 2019.
During COVID19, she started a live streaming video series called “Giada Live” on Facebook and YouTube to keep in touch with her followers. Celebrity interviews, food demonstrations, Italian anecdotes, and singing have turned this into something akin to a television show. She will celebrate her 150th episode in September 2021.
Listen to Giada Valenti Every Time song below!
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