Paul Micioni

Real Name:Paolo Micioni

Italian club-dj, author, arranger, record producer (Foligno, Perugia, March 3, 1956), one of the founders of the musical genre called Italo-Disco. Begins djing at age 20 on the Adriatic sea. In 1977 replacing Claudio Casalini at Easy Going, historical gayclub in Rome, where he was noticed by Giancarlo Meo and Claudio Simonetti and in 1978 invited to form Easy Going, a boy band wherever known thanks their best hit Baby I Love You. In 1982 he formed Traks. Their first cover Long Train Running released by Best Record sold out millions copies representing the true beginning of a new genre widely known as Italo-Disco. He continued to ride the wave of success thanks to the excellent productions of Gary Low, Gazebo, Sammy Barbot and the never forgotten Mike Francis, In the 90's was also working on projects by Marina Rei, Tiromancino, Niccolò Fabi and many others. Art director of Twilight Music, during 30 years appears in the hits all over the world. Suffering from Parkinson's since 2005, but able to live independently and qualitatively acceptable, since several years is fighting his own battle 'Informed' for patients less fortunate than himself.

Sites:MySpace , MySpace
Aliases:Trilogy (2)
In Groups:Easy Going, No Noise, P&P Micioni, PM², Pro Tribe, Progetto Tribale, Traks, Smash Band
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