Steve Duberry

born in in London, England, United Kingdom

Steve DuBerry

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Steve DuBerry is a British Grammy Award nominated songwriter and record producer, co-writer of Tina Turner's "I Don't Wanna Fight" (along with Lulu). DuBerry has also written material for Simon Webbe, Paulini, Chris De Burgh, Heather Small, Joe Cocker, Liberty X, Cliff Richard, and Marvin and Tamara.

He has also composed and produced numerous television titles, including Football Italia, World Rally, Channel 4's Horse Racing.

DuBerry has sold in excess of 10 million records worldwide, has received 5 BMI awards, an Ivor Novello Award nomination, a Grammy Award nomination, and has received a BMI 2 Million Play award.

He is most famous for the 1990s theme tune to Channel 4 soccer series Football Italia with the phrase "Golaço",[1] and performing with Born 2 B releasing the 1992 hit single, "Kings of the Ring".[2]

References

  1. Richardson, James (interviewee), Arriverderci Roma, buongiorno Reading, August 18, 2012. URL accessed on August 12, 2007.
  2. Discogs.com

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