Franco De Vita (born January 23, 1954 in Caracas, Venezuela) is a singer-songwriter popular in Latin music. < Unsourced image removed: thumb|Franco De Vita in a 1990 promotional photo. -->
One of three children born in Latin America to Italian immigrants, De Vitaâs family returned to Italy when he was 3. The family moved back to Venezuela when De Vita was 13, and he later studied piano at the university level.
In 1982, De Vita formed the group Icaro, which released one self-titled album in his homeland. Two years later, he released his first disc as a solo artist, simply titled Franco De Vita. The album spun off three Spanish-language hits, including âSomos Tres,â âNo Hay Cieloâ and âUn Buen Perdedor.â His 1986 album Fantasia produced several more hits, including the title song and âAqui Estas Otra Vez.â âSolo Importas Tu,â taken from the album, was used as the theme song to the Spanish-language soap opera La Dama De Rosa. He appeared in the end credits of every episode, performing the song at the piano.