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Gala (Gala Rizzatto) grew up on 6 September, 1975 in Milan, Italy, is an Italian singer. Find Gala’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is She in this year and how She do with money?? Know how She earned most of networth at the age of 45 years of age.

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How old? 46 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 6 September 1975
Born day 6 September
Birthplace Milan, Italy
Nationality Italy

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On 30 June 2018 Gala headlined the Gay Pride concert held in the main square Plaza De España in Barcelona.


Throughout 2017 and 2018 Gala headlined the ‘Love the 90s’ tour in Spain, with shows for over 20.000 people at the Palau De Les Arts Reina Sofia in Valencia, the Bizkaia Arena in Bilbao Palau Saint Jordi in Barcelona, the Wiziink Center in Madrid, Parque Hermanos Castro in Gijon  La Alcazaba in Badajoz and Can Fusteret in Mallorca.  In that same year Gala also headlined the Gay pride party at Teatro Barcelo, as part of the WorldPride festivities in Madrid in July, and the Highway Festival in Fribourg, Switzerland in December 2017


In 2016 Gala recorded an acoustic version of “Freed from Desire” at Les Studios Saint Germain in Paris, for the movie “Un homme à la hauteur” directed by Laurent Tirard with Jean Dujardin (Academy Award Winner for Best Actor 2012 in The Artist) released in May 2016.

In May 2016, a Wigan Athletic supporter uploaded on YouTube an adaptation of “Freed from Desire” titled ‘Will Grigg’s on Fire’, in recognition of the recent goal-scoring feats of Will Grigg, a Wigan player. Since it was uploaded, the song has become a viral football chant.

Fans from Northern Ireland, Ireland, Wales and France made their own version of the song for their players. The song has become the unofficial song of Euro 2016.


Gala headlined at the 2014 Winter Olympics at Medals Plaza in Sochi. The performance was broadcast live on Europa Plus TV, the largest musical channel in Russia. She performed a one-hour set and debuted her new single, “The Beautiful”. Despite the controversy surrounding the Olympics, Gala opened her performance with her 90s hit, “Let A Boy Cry”, in support of her gay following. On 20 November InHouse Records label in New York released Gala’s EP “The Beautiful”, a collaboration with legendary House DJ/ producer Todd Terry, and a Deluxe EP followed, released on Gala’s label Matriarchy Records, which includes remixes by Todd Terry, Hoxton Whores, Lodge 21, Ryan and Smitty, Midnight Magic and Lauren Flax.


In 2013 Gala shot a video for the song “Taste Of Me” choreographed by Benoit Swan, Artistic Director of New York’s avant guard dance company Cedar Lake, and directed by New York-based French director Alexandre Moors (Kanye West’s “Runaway”, Blue Caprice). Gala’s video features the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre trained “Abdur-Rahim Jackson”. The “Taste Of Me” video appears as a one single lateral dolly shot that follows five dancers including Gala interacting in an organic dance that constantly moves forward.

In 2013 Gala’s various new songs such as “Lose Yourself in Me”, “Taste of Me” and “Love Impossible” were featured on MTV networks hit television shows Best Ink, Real World Ex-Plosion, and Road Rules Extreme Challenge and “Keeping Up with the Kardashians”.

“Freed From Desire” was sampled by German band Frida Gold. The song entitled “Liebe ist meine Rebellion” went to No. 4 in the German singles chart. “Freed From Desire” was also covered by Nouvelle Star “Dana”, live on French television and by Greek-Swedish pop star Elena Paparizou at the MAD Video Music Awards 2013.


The worldwide release of the “Lose Yourself in Me” single occurred in May 2012 through Gala’s independent label Matriarchy Records. The song has been played, among other stations, on Fun Radio and Radio FG in France. It has been on high rotation on Impact FM and Radio Antipode, and entered the new releases on Belgium’s Fun Radio.

Gala made a cameo appearance at Youssou N’Dour’s concert for Dakar Ne Dort Pas in Dakar, Senegal on New Years Day. The event was televised by Tele Future Media. Through her indie label Matriarchy Records she released the album “Singles V1”, a collection of her 2012–2015 singles alongside three some previously unreleased songs. The album contains remixes by Todd Terry amongst others.


In 2011, Gala performed the new single “Lose Yourself in Me” at the show Dance in the Summer in Beirut, next to Taio Cruz, T-Pain, Dev and Dash Berlin. The event was organized by MixFM Radio and “Lose Yourself in Me” reached No. 2 in the top 10 airplay charts before its release, later ranking at No. 1 in Lebanon RFX Radio for 3 consecutive weeks.


In 2010 “Tough Love” was featured in popular American television series The Millionaire Matchmaker (USA). The same year “Freed From Desire” was used for a Nissan television commercial in France and Spain.


In 2008 Gala formed the label Matriarchy Records, based in Brooklyn, New York. “Tough Love” is Matriarchy Records’ debut album released digitally worldwide on 6 September 2009.

In 2009 she performed two nights at the Ethias Arena. In 2010 Gala performed at the Highline Ballroom in New York, at the Palais des Sports and at the Antique Theater in Arles. The same year she was invited to perform as the headliner at 24h velo de Louvain-la-Neuve, second largest beer event in Europe organized by the students of the Belgian University of Louvain-la-Neuve.


“Tough Love” (album) included collaborations with a host of well known producers, including drummer Deantoni Parks, Marcus Bell and Kevin Rudolf who in 2008 achieved a No. 5 Billboard (US) hit with his song featuring Lil Wayne, “Let It Rock”. Gala also collaborated with Tamir Muskat, founder of Balkan Beat Box on her song “I Am The World, The World Is Me”. More recently Muskat is responsible for the Jason Derulo hit Talk Dirty, which samples the same “Balkan Beat Box” production style.


In 2006, she performed in the Mega PANN party at the Central Studios in Utrecht.


In 2005, “Faraway” was released in France and Greece by EMI where it reached No. 1 on the iTunes chart and No. 6 in the national charts. “Faraway” was co-produced by Cash Money Records musician/producer Kevin Rudolf. It was featured in a Bod Man perfume TV advertisement, aired on MTV, HBO and was covered by Tamta in Greece.

In 2005 Gala appeared on Pink TV and on M6’s Fan De. Sagi Rai made a cover from Gala’s Freed From Desire for his album “Emotional Songs”


In 1998, while performing “Let a Boy Cry” on Taratata, she met Prince’s manager Steve Fargnoli who began representing her. The same year she signed with Universal Records in Italy. After Steve Fargnoli’s unexpected death in 2001, Gala broke her contract with Universal Records and returned to New York.


Her album Come into My Life was released on 17 November 1997, with 4 singles charting in the Top 20 across Europe, selling over 6 million records worldwide by 1998.


In 1996, Gala was voted Best Female Singer of the Year in Italy by the magazine Musica e Dischi. In July 1997 she was awarded the Italian Dance Award as the best pop-dance artist of the year. Gala achieved a Diamond recording award in France, a Platinum record in Benelux and a Gold record in the United Kingdom. The same year she was nominated for the Best Dance Act at the Mobo Awards in the UK alongside The Prodigy, Chemical Brothers and Orbital. In July 1997 she won Best Foreign Artist of the Year at the Midem in Cannes, France.


Between 1995 and 1998 Gala performed on the UK’s BBC Top of the Pops, France’s Taratata, Les Années Tubes, M6’s Hit Machine, MTV Germany, as well as performing in venues such as Bercy Stadium in Paris and Las Ventas in Madrid.


Named by her parents after Salvador Dalí and Paul Eluard’s muse, Gala Dali, Gala left Italy at 17 to attend art school in Boston, Massachusetts. In 1993 she moved to New York where she graduated from the Tisch School of the Arts and became a photographer capturing the New York underground scene of artists and club-goers in the city.


Gala (born Gala Rizzatto, 6 September 1975) is an Italian pop singer and songwriter based in Brooklyn, New York. Her debut album Come into My Life included the multiplatinum singles “Freed from Desire”, “Let a Boy Cry” and “Come into My Life” which reached the Top 3 in music charts across Europe, South America, Russia and the Middle East. Gala has sold over six million records worldwide.


Gala wrote and composed two original songs alongside Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Jesse Ruben and Kyle Patrick, ” Happiest Day of My Life” mixed by Miles Walker and “Nameless Love” with co-production and mixing by Andros Rodrigues, for the movie Favola (Fairytale). The movie, a surrealist comedy about gender identity and liberation from social constraints in 1950s America, was written and directed by Sebastiano Mauri and featured Filippo Timi and Lucia Mascino. The costumes are the result of the collaboration with Fabio Zambernardi , the director of design of Miu Miu and Prada. Premiering at the 2018 Torino Film Festival, Favola was screened at the prestigious 45th annual Flaiano Film Festival in Pescara in June, where it won the Flaiano Award for best “Opera Prima”  The movie soundtrack was released in June 2018. Gala’s indie label, Matriarchy Records is releasing the original songs “Happiest Day of My Life” and ” Nameless Love” as individual singles on 15 September.