Legendary Music Impresario Frank DiLeo, Architect of Michael Jackson’s Thriller Project, Signs With European Pop Superstar Kuba Ka
LOS ANGELES, July 7 /PRNewswire/ — Legendary music impresario Frank DiLeo – renowned for his collaborations with internationally famed performers like Michael Jackson, Prince and Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora – has signed on to guide a series of major musical projects for transplanted European superstar Kuba Ka.
DiLeo has had a long, distinguished and storied career spanning music and film. He is best known for serving as Jackson’s manager during the late pop star’s “Thriller” era, the “This Is It Tour” and some of the singer’s most successful music projects.
“I am delighted to start an association with Kuba and his production company,” DiLeo said. “He’s an incredibly unique and versatile performer with an imaginative dynamic vision for his far-reaching projects. We think his one-of-a-kind talent will translate extraordinarily with U.S. and international audiences. I can’t wait to get him into the studio.”
Kuba began performing at age 14 in his native Poland and quickly became renowned as the “stage animal” known for his high-octane live performances. In his decade-long career he produced and performed for millions live in sold out concerts, radio and broadcast television shows throughout Europe.
Kuba said, “It’s an honor for me to be associated here in the United States with someone like Frank. For many years I watched Frank’s extraordinary productions with Michael; and as a result, I know this is an incredible privilege to be associated with him.”
In addition to aligning himself with DiLeo, Kuba has retained a creative team to work for his production company, KUBA Entertainment. The team is charged with producing all-new forms of staged and recorded entertainment in music, film and television culminating with an “experiential entertainment” resort in Las Vegas called KUBA Kingdom. The Vegas resort is being designed by the UK’s largest engineering and design consultancy Atkins Global under architect Tom Wright creator of the world’s first seven star hotel – Burj Al Arab in Dubai.
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