Connecticut School of Broadcasting-Miami Graduate Signed to Major Record Deal

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A 24 year old Connecticut School of Broadcasting Graduate, Louis Amante is seeing his dreams come true at a very young age. After posting his vocal cover of a Nat King Cole classic on YouTube, he's now been signed to major record deal with a producer for many music stars, including Christina Aguilera, Beyonce, Natalie Cole and Marc Anthony.

Louis Amante

Louis is an exceptional new Artist and I'm very excited to be producing his debut album. Look out for this refreshing young singer, he's the real deal!"

Many Connecticut School of Broadcasting Students go on to great things and often become famous for their voice. Now one CSB Miami Graduate’s voice is becoming famous for a whole different reason! This month, Louis Amante, a 24-year-old of Italian and Cuban heritage, was signed by renowned music composer and producer Rudy Perez.

Perez’ Bullseye Productions has signed a multi-album recording contract to produce and compose for South Florida's rising young crooner Louis Amanti. Amanti is an exponent of the new Jazz-Swing music movement who has been making his talents known in Miami for several years. He has performed consistently throughout South Beach's Jazz & Blues clubs including at the iconic Van Dyke, yet he became a household name when his home made video cover of Nat King Cole's classic "L-O-V-E" went viral and reached over one million views!

Rudy Pérez is a multi-Grammy winning songwriter/producer, and was named Billboard's Producer of The Decade, his body of work includes hits with Marc Anthony, Christina Aguilera, Natalie Cole, Michael Bolton, IL Divo, Julio Iglesias and Beyoncé . "Louis is an exceptional new Artist and I'm very excited to be producing his debut album. Look out for this refreshing young singer, he's the real deal!" stated Rudy.

Production of Louis Amanti's debut album will begin immediately and is scheduled for release Fall 2016. In the meantime, Amanti has been tapped by the Miami International Symphony Orchestra as featured vocalist for their February 13th tribute concert to Frank Sinatra.

The Connecticut School of Broadcasting is the Nation’s largest group of Broadcast Media Schools with campus locations in CT, MA, NJ, NY, NC, GA and FL. Call 1-800-TV-Radio or http://www.gocsb.com

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