Concert - Event posted by elena
Address: Circolo Arci Progresso Firenze Via Vittorio Emanuele II 135Date: Saturday 30 December 22:00
La Chute cultural association
STEREOSIESTA tour 2017
Antonio Gramentieri / voice, guitars
Matteo Monti / drums
Diego Sapignoli / percussion
Denis Valentini / bass
Roberto Villa / double bass
Francesco Valtieri / sax
Admission: 8 euros (+2 euros La Chute 2018 card for those who do not own it)
Info and reservations:
It is the first solo album by Antonio Gramentieri, aka Don Antonio, musician, producer, Italian sound internationalist, founder of Sacri
In the last ten years Don Antonio and his music have never been firm.
On records with Sacred Hearts, in recording studio with David Hidalgo, Jim Keltner, Evan Lurie, Marc Ribot, John Convertino, Giant Sand, Steve Shelley. In the tours and records of Richard Buckner, Dan Stuart, Alejandro Escovedo, Hugo Race, Terry Lee Hale, Bill Elm and Friends of Dean Martinez. In Italy in the records of Nada and Pan del Diavolo, Riccardo Tesi and Giulio Casale, Bobby Solo, Max Larocca, Pippo Guarnera.
In film soundtracks ("Zoran, my stupid nephew", "Upwelling"), television (Sky, Fox Crime and others) and theater.
In international commercials (Volkswagen). In a show on MTV (Rock in Rebibbia), on the BBC as on the Australian national radio.
And then on New Year's Eve in Montenegro, in an art gallery at SXSW in Austin, on a sidewalk at Milan Fashion Week, amid a brawl in Thessaloniki, playing rock and roll at the Jamboree alongside ancient stars.
All turning knobs and creating sounds from Romagna to Melbourne, from Los Angeles to Bristol, from Tucson to New York.
With songs sung by M Ward, Isobel Campbell, Hugo Race, Howe Gelb, mixed by John Parish, Craig Schumacher, JD Foster and John Agnello, heard on the radio of five continents. And moving every time Dan Stuart sings "Me, I gotta keep on moving".
On 7 April 2017, however, he released his first solo album, entitled "Don Antonio".
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