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June 24, 2021

Stefan Banica jr. to launch the video “Epilogue”

Artist Stefan Banica jr. will launch the video “Epilogue,” the fourth single from his album “Impreuna,” awarded the Platinum Record by the Roton Recording House and will re-launch his official website.

The video may be watched on PRO TV, as well as on other music channels in Romania, and the song will enter the playlist of the most important radio stations in Romania. “I made this video due to the way the audience reacted during our concerts. It was a warmly welcomed song, and they sang along with us from the first moment we performed it. I hope you will like it,” the artist declared. Besides, the video, that captures the electrifying atmosphere of Stefan Banica’s live concerts, may also be watched on the artist’s official website, re-launched in a new design.

The site will have new sections, such as “Video,” where visitors may watch the music videos made by the artist, as well as excerpts from the theatre performances and films he was cast in. In the “Photo” section, fans will be provided the opportunity to see numerous pictures from concerts, theatre performances and films. Besides, the website will feature many of Stefan Banica’s hits, and will find updated information referring to the activity of the artist: concerts, theatre, film, television, radio, awards, prizes and special events. “Besides, I am happy to provide all of those who are interested by our work a new and complex website that offers information from all my fields of activity and my latest projects. We made it due to the suggestions of people who wrote me, and who are beside me at each important event of my career,” Stefan Banica Jr. added.

Stefan Banica is one of the most famous singers and dancers in Romania. He is also the host of the successful Romanian edition of “Dancing with the Stars,” produced by PRO TV.

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