Disco Diva Magazine is "on the dance floor".

Disco Diva Magazine is the new web-magazine "disco lifestyle" at 360 °, with all the news coming from the "disco world", the new record releases, the history of DJs and clubs, in Italy and in the world, with interviews and anecdotes told directly by the protagonists, the reviews of the most important discs of the "disco" era and also the new releases recommended by the editorial staff.
Disco Diva Magazine is the web-magazine for all the "disco lovers", the musical genre that knows no age and crosses all the generations and age groups from the ex-baby boomers to the teenagers of our days.
Diva magazine is the "house organ" of Disco Diva, the first Italian disco music festival to be staged every year in Gabicce Monte Mare, the unmissable event of early summer for fans of the disco genre, with performers of the great artists International.
Disco Diva Magazine is on-line on the official website of the event www.discodiva.it.

Everything Change

"Everything changes" can also be interpreted with "all of the Change". In fact all the albums released by the Change group are now available in a box set containing 7 CD. At the same time a vinyl compilation with the hits of the 1980-2019 period is also published.

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Forever, Michael

Gabriele Antonucci, journalist and music critic, friend of Disco Diva, recently published for Hoepli publisher his second book, Michael Jackson - Music, the message, the artistic legacy.

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Barely Breaking Even

DJ Louie Vega presents Leroy Burgess & the Universal Robot Band featuring Patrick Adams with the song Barely Breaking Even.

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The History of Disco Music

The friends and collaborators of Disco Diva, Andrea Angeli Bufalini and Giovanni Savastano, are again on the "dancefloor" with their new book The History of Disco Music.

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Kool & the Gang - Ladies' Night

Ladies' Night, one of the most successful albums of Kool & the Gang, has been reissued on CD in a new edition with numerous bonus tracks.

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Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes - Be For Real

The four albums made by Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, published by Philadelphia International Records in the 1972-1975 period, are again available in a new single box-set.

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One Way - New Old School

Unexpected return of Al Hudson and his group One Way with a new album with a rather captivating title ... "new old school".

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The Emotions - Don't ask my neighbors

The new box set dedicated to the female trio of Emotions contains their five albums published in the 1976-1981 period by the Columbia / ARC record company.

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Cheryl Lynn - Got To Be Real

All of Cheryl Lynn's successes published by Columbia Records from the 1978 to the 1985 are contained in the new compilation called Got To Be Real: The Columbia Anthology.

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Patrice Rushen - Remind me

The best of Patrice Rushen's repertoire, released by the Elektra record label in the 1978-1984 period, is now available in a single album entitled Remind Me.

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