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Lory Bianco

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Straight from Your Heart Lory Bianco 04:06
A Cry in the Night Lory Bianco 03:24
Lonely Is the Night Lory Bianco 03:48
The Greatest Love Lory Bianco 04:47
When the Price Is Your Love Lory Bianco 04:25
You Wear My Heart Out Lory Bianco 04:53
One Day Lover Lory Bianco 04:24
Forever Young Lory Bianco 04:17
Hold On Lory Bianco 04:01
True Love Lory Bianco 03:41

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Singer and actress Lory Bianco – who also performed under the name Bonnie Bianco - was born on August 19, 1963, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. At the age of 10, she began her career performing at any opportunity including conventions, beauty contests, hospitals, and convalescent homes. Her first recording was a 1975 single, “Give Me a Minute,”, which was a duet with her sister Holly. Her first big professional break came at the age of 16 when she recorded the “Teenager in Love” single for RCA Records. By the time she was 18, she had been discovered by Italian producers Guido and Maurizio De Angelis, who signed her to the label Kangaroo Records/Polygram. Recording under the name Bonnie Bianco, she released her debut single, “No Tears Anymore,” in 1982. Her appearances on the Italian television variety show Al Paradise (1983-1985) brought her to the attention of a larger audience and she became an ‘overnight’ sensation in Italy.  She landed the female lead role of Cindy in the 1984 Italian film Cinderella 80, a modernized adaptation of the fairy tale Cinderella. Her co-star in the film was French actor Pierre Cosso. The two stars recorded a duet titled “Stay,” which was an enormous success in Italy. The song wasn’t released in Germany until 1987, but it made up for lost time by reaching the Number 1 position on the singles chart. Beginning in 1989, she reverted back to her real name of Lory Bianco and continued to release a series of well-received singles and albums, although none of them achieved the same level of success that she’d experienced in the mid 1980s. By the early 2000s, Lory Bianco had relocated back to the United States and began recording Christian music.