SET TO PERFORM LIVE ON UPCOMING DANCING WITH THE STARS TOUR
November 27, 2018 – Los Angeles, CA – Fresh off the heels of a stellar turn on the hit ABC show Dancing with the Stars, actor and singer Juan Pablo Di Pace has released his second single “Just a Feeling” (https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/just-a-feeling-single/1443577992) from his upcoming full-length EP. Di Pace will perform the song live when he joins the upcoming national Dancing with the Stars tour, “A Night to Remember.”
“Just a Feeling,” a disco track inspired by the heyday of Studio 54, Michael Jackson, Daft Punk and The Bee Gees, is not only a celebration of dance, but also a love letter to the people around the world who supported his journey on Dancing with the Stars. Di Pace created an accompanying music video to pay tribute to the people around the country who followed his journey on the hit show (https://youtu.be/s4AxY9u8tCk).
The song was co-written by Di Pace and Evan Blum and is produced by the Los Angeles based production duo Daddy Supreme. “Just a Feeling” is available now on iTunes, Spotify and Soundcloud.
Buenos Aires born Di Pace is a classically trained actor, musician and director. He is best known for playing the role of Jesus Christ on “A.D. The Bible Continues” (2015) produced by Mark Burnett and Roma Downey for which he won a GRACE Award for “Most Inspiring Performance” in 2016; for the role of self-made billionaire Nicolás Treviño on TNT’s reboot of “Dallas” (2014), for his appearance in the movie “Mamma Mia” (2008) and for the role of Fernando on Netflix’s number one show “Fuller House,” which has won People’s Choice, Kid’s Choice and Teen Choice Awards since its debut.
Musically, Di Pace previously released the European number one hit “We Wanna Rock” (2010), his debut album “Primer Acto” (2013), and earlier this year he released the single “Broken” (2018). He has co-written with songwriters Joshua Olsen, Michael Franklin, Jeffrey James, Evan Blum and due Daddy Supreme and has performed sold-out concerts in New York, Los Angeles, Buenos Aires and Madrid. In February of 2017, Di Pace wrote a solo show for New York’s Studio 54 Below and in 2018 he headlined the “Music of George Michael” symphonic concert at Jones Hall with the Houston Symphony orchestra.
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