Silvia Olari To Release Spectra Music Group Debut “There Is Something About You” March 23, 2018

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Silvia Olari is releasing her Spectra Music Group debut album “There Is Something About You” on Friday, March 23, 2018. Now available for pre-order worldwide, reserve your copy today!

Born in Parma, Italy, where she started playing piano at the age of 8, Silvia’s big break came in 2007 when she participated in the biggest broadcasted nationwide talent show in Italy, “Amici”. After that she released 2 albums in Italy. For the first one Silvia received a silver record from the Federation Of The Italian Music Industry.

Her first single “Lost In Yourself” hit #10 on iTunes R&B Charts for one of the most downloaded singles in Italy for several weeks.

Get the new album “There Is Something About You” by Silvia Olari on Friday March 23, 2018 on all digital download platforms worldwide.

Pre-order “There Is Something About You” by Silvia Olari on iTunes in the United States here:

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The official website for Silvia Olari may be found at http://www.silviaolari.com

Follow Silvia Olari on Twitter @silviaolari and Instagram @silviaolari .

The official website for Spectra Music Group may be found at http://www.spectramusicgroup.com

Follow The Spectra Music Group on Twitter @SpectraMusicInc

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