Leading producer Chris Diodati Announces that He's Started Working on Remixes of Songs by Classic Artists Ray Charles and James Brown

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  • West Palm Beach-Boca Raton, FL (1888PressRelease) January 11, 2014 - Great songs can defy the march of time. Although the public's tastes change, with some production work, even decades-old songs can sound fresh and contemporary. Music producers like Chris Diodati, who also releases tracks under names like Diomix, Dio, Christian Dio and Christian Diodati, have made careers out of making old songs sound new. The producer, who specializes in producing dance music, plans to release additional dance remixes of several classic artists in 2014, beginning with James Brown and Ray Charles.

    Diodati, also known as Christopher Diodati within the music industry, has released hit remixes of several vintage artists, including Charles and Brown. Dio reworked the classic Charles song "Walkin' & Talkin'" and it became a dance hit around the world. The producer remixed the Brown classic "Soul Brotha #1,"and it, too, became a hit. Other examples of Diodati's work on older songs include his reworking of "I Look to You" by Whitney Houston as a tribute to the late diva following her unfortunate passing. Dio also remixed the Michael Jackson dance classic "Get on the Floor," as well as "Backstabbers" by the O'Jays. Several of Dio's remixes of classic songs have been well-received by audiences around the world.

    Diodati also plans remixes of current artists in genres like R&B, Latin music, soul, hip-hop and pop for 2014. Some of Diodati's remixes of songs by contemporary artists like Deborah Cox, Christina Aguilera, Angie Stone and Alicia Keys have burned up the Billboard dance charts. His remix of Cox's "House is Not a Home" hit #1 on the charts, and so did his remix of Stone's "I Wanna Thank Ya."

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