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Rossana Casale (born July 21, 1959) is an Italian singer.
Casale was born in New York City, United States, from an American father and Italian mother, and shortly after she relocated to Venice in Italy and then to Milan. Her career began as chorist in band Albero Motore, vocalist in many productions of dance music (Klein & MBO, Kano, Mike Francis), and as organizer of a choir formatted by young Americans. Casale later entered the Conservatory G. Verdi in Milan by attending classes in singing, percussion and electronic music. Casale's first single, "Didin", written also by Alberto Fortis, was published in 1982, and her first album, Rossana Casale in 1984, produced by Premiata Forneria Marconi.
In 1983 she had a part in Pupi Avati's film Una gita scolastica, and also took part in film's soundtrack with two songs: L'incanto and A tu per tu. In 1986, she had a performance