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divo

(ˈdiːvəʊ)
n, pl -vos or -vi (Italian -vi)
a highly distinguished male singer
[C21: Italian, masculine form of diva]
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Working with Columbian producer and multiple Latin Grammy Award-winner Julio Reyes Copello, Il Divo have recorded 12 songs spanning a century of traditional tangos, smoldering boleros and classic mambas.
20pm on the day of the concert I received an email to ask me to confirm whether or not I was going to attend the Meet and Greet with Il Divo that evening and until this time I had no idea that I had won
There's a lot of classical crossover competition out there now, but Il Divo proved to Newcastle that the original is still the best.
The Streisand dates are one of many Il Divo highlights for David over the last 10 " The Streisand dates are one of many Il Divo highlights for David over the last 1 years.
MARION MCMULLEN talks suits, world tours and Simon Cowell with tenor David Miller YOU'LL never see a member of Il Divo on stage in a shapeless hoodie and torn jeans, promises American tenor David Miller.
Cowell The legendary Barbra Streisand has long been a supporter of Il Divo and gave them a big boost when she invited them to join her on tour.
The DIVO brand boasts striking packaging design and a distinct and accessible identity.
Now Il Divo and Katherine Jenkins have teamed up for a co-headline European tour.
Il Divo holds over 150 gold and platinum awards and has sold over 25 million albums and 2 million concert tickets worldwide.
Il Divo had the idea after a similar appearance with Barbra Streisand.
Since the talented foursome was created in 2004 by the Midas touch of Simon Cowell, Il Divo have enjoyed staggering success, their multi-national make-up reflected in that international fan-base who are to thank for album sales of more than PS26m.