Acuario Cosmico | Surf Rock

Acuario Cosmico | Psychedelic, Surf Rock (AR-DE)

Acuario Cosmico

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Michael Merkt – Bass
Francisco Riccheri – Drums
Gonzalo Marinucci – Guitar and Vocals


As a self-produced musical project whose roots lie in the surfrock and garage, the band Acuario Cosmico was formed seven years agoby the singer, guitarist and composer Gonzalo Marinucci.

He started in Buenos Aires in 2009 with his first EP “Atencion en el cielo”.
2011 the Band had it’s first tour in Europe, and found 2012 in Berlin it’s new home where presented “Delfos” his Psyquedellic Surf rock Album.

Inspired by Names like, Dick Dale, Oscar Aleman, The Shadows and The Surfaris, the music reminds you of movies from Quentin Tarantino
or Robert Rodriguez.

The lyrics are based on William S. Burroughs, in his work “Nova Express” and spiritual counselors against the everyday madness. Thus, the band plays their songs in 432 Hz, whose vibrations are said to have a healing effect, knowledge known before the Inquisition, today only practiced by a few.

The band presents his latest work with “10 neuen Planeten” which was released in May 2018.


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Stanley Jordan plays Jimi Hendrix

Stanley Jordan plays Jimi Hendrix | Blues – Rock – Jazz (USA)

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Stanley Jordan – Guitar
Gary Kelly – Bass
Kenwood Dennard – Drums


World-renowned guitarist Stanley Jordan has developed a new live show called “Stanley Plays Jimi.” This is a tribute show, but it’s not pure imitation. Instead Stanley builds on Jimi’s legacy in a creative way. As Stanley explains it, “This is my fantasy Jimi Hendrix concert if Jimi were still alive and playing today. By re-imagining his music and channeling his persona I try to bring that fantasy to life.”

It may be surprising that Stanley Jordan would take on a project like this. After all, Stanley is already a well-known guitarist with a signature style, four Grammy nominations, a cameo in a Blake Edwards film (Blind Date), and a host of TV appearances over a long career including Jimmy Fallon, David Letterman, Jay Leno and Johnny Carson to name a few. But Stanley explains, “I feel a strong connection to Jimi Hendrix because he was the first guitarist I emulated as a child. Out of love for Jimi Hendrix and his music I feel a strong desire to try to keep his legacy alive.”

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It may also be surprising that a rock legend like Hendrix would get so much love from a jazz legend like Jordan. Stanley’s 1985 album Magic Touch was #1 on Billboard’s jazz chart for 51 weeks, and Stanley has shared the stage or recorded with jazz artists such as Benny Carter, Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis and Billy Cobham. But again, hearing it from Stanley, “I actually played rock and blues before I played jazz. In fact, Jimi Hendrix’ constant searching for new sounds inspired me to move toward jazz in the first place.”
In recent years Stanley has performed with many artists in the rock and jam band worlds, including the Dave Matthews Band, Umphrey’s McGee, Moe. and more. Stanley says, “Returning to my rock roots has been an absolute joy artistically, and with this project I’m taking that to a new level.”

Another important aspect is the embodiment of Jimi’s persona. Stanley actually steps onto the stage as Jimi Hendrix so there is a theatrical element to the show. But this is not a comedic caricature nor is it a theatrical play – it’s a concert. It’s a concert built upon a sincere and heartfelt effort to recreate the jaw-dropping experience of witnessing Jimi Hendrix live while at the same time bringing Jimi’s legacy up to date in a believable way. Wow! Tall order to fill–no? That’s why you need a world-class artist of Stanley Jordan’s caliber to pull it off.

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Stanley Jordan plays Jimi Hendrix | Blues – Rock (US) – This extra touch of portraying the Hendrix of today rather then yesterday keeps the show creative and fresh for both Stanley and the audience and it gives Stanley’s fans a new insight into Stanley’s own evolution. It also makes the show more authentic in a certain sense, because a real Hendrix concert would have surprises and unexpected turns. “Stanley Jordan Plays Jimi Hendrix” tries to re-create both the energy and the creativity of the real thing.

“This would be a challenging endeavor for anyone,” Stanley explains. “For sure you can put on an impressive show with just 2 or 3 of his techniques. But I’m trying my best to cover as much of his work as possible while at the same time trying to build on it, which I think is really the heart and soul of this project. The truth is, no one really knows what Jimi Hendrix would be doing today. But we do know he would have kept evolving. This gives me some creative leeway and it lets my own identity come through because we’re viewing Hendrix thru my lens. But it’s also challenging for me because I can’t do just anything; It has to make sense and to come across as something Jimi might have actually done.”

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One way Stanley builds on Jimi’s legacy is by expanding on some of the jazz elements that Jimi Hendrix was evidently reaching for toward the end of his life. Stanley says, “We know that he jammed with Rasaan Roland Kirk and Larry Young, and plans were underway to collaborate with Miles Davis and Gil Evans. You can hear him reaching and expanding his vocabulary on albums like Nine To The Universe, which was very influential to me as a youngster. And some of his compositions have a kind of jazzy shuffle, such as ‘Up from the Skies’ and ‘Belly Button Window.’ I try to expand on that.”

Stanley also builds on Jimi’s work by incorporating touch, or two-hand tapping techniques. Many people associate that more with Van Halen than with Hendrix but Stanley says, “I actually got the idea from Jimi Hendrix. I saw him do it with just his left hand, but that’s all I needed to see. I just added the right hand, which was an obvious extension.” And extend it he did. Today Stanley Jordan is considered by many to be the World’s best tapper, having developed it into a rich pianistic style.

Jimi Hendrix was no stranger to electronics and Stanley builds on that as well, saying, “Of course I use feedback and effects just as Jimi did. But I avoid programmed sequencers and prerecorded tracks because there just isn’t enough evidence that Jimi would have gone that route. And the real genius of what he did consisted in making himself part of the circuit rather than externalizing it. For Jimi, electronics were not an end in themselves but a means to an end–an extension of the instrument and a channel of his spirit.”

Stanley also adds a few original compositions to the setlist–fantasy songs that could have been written by Jimi today, just to fill out the repertoire and to give shape to some of the new concepts Jimi was developing. Remember–this is the Hendrix of today, not yesterday.

In terms of look and style, Stanley stays mostly faithful to Jimi’s traditional style. Of course we know Jimi could have evolved significantly in his clothing style by now but Stanley doesn’t speculate much in that area, explaining, “The truth is, in this show I’m both a musician and an actor, and I want my character to be believable. I feel that the best way to do that is to be fairly faithful to the Jimi Hendrix that we all know.”

“Stanley Plays Jimi” is a new project but it’s based on an old idea. Stanley says, “Back in 1970 at the age of 11 I was saddened to hear of Jimi’s passing. I decided there and then to try to continue his legacy, so I took up guitar. Of course my main goal was to be an original artist in my own right, but the concept of a Hendrix tribute has been in my mind pretty much from the start. Now, in the year of the 50th anniversary of Jimi’s historic Woodstock performance the time feels right to bring this idea to fruition.”

Gary Kelly (Bass)

Bassist Gary Kelly is no stranger to the music and times of Jimi Hendrix. As a bassist he has worked with many well-known artists from the 60’s and beyond. He has performed with The Mamas and Papas, Jimmy Buffet, and Martha and the Vandellas. He has also performed with many widely known guitarists: Stanley Jordan, Bill Frisell, Mike Stern, Larry Mitchell, Popa Chubby, and Rhett Tyler to name a few. Many of these were in the classic guitar trio format, with extensive improvisation. Gary has spent many years working in recording studios. He had the good fortune to work at Electric Lady Studios (the studio Jimi Hendrix built) for many years as an in-house session bassist. He worked with Chief Engineer Dave Wittman, co-producing Gary’s first recording Dean Street, as well as work for guitarist Karl Cochran. Gary has been a long-time endorser for Hartke Amplifiers, D’Addario Strings, and Carl Thompson basses, and has done many clinic/concerts.

Kenwood Dennard (Drums)

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Kenwood Dennard is the perfect drummer for this band because he combines the deep pocket of Buddy Miles with the jazzy embellishments of Mitch Mitchell. And he knows Jimi’s music inside and out. He is a professor at Berklee College of Music where he has been leading the Jimi Hendrix Ensemble for 20 years.

Kenwood has enjoyed a multifaceted, star-studded career as a performer, recording artist, and educator. He has toured the world and performed with such greats as Jaco Pastorius, George Clinton, Chick Corea, Dizzy Gillespie, Herbie Hancock, Sting, Pat Martino, Maceo Parker, Stanley Jordan, Gil Evans Orchestra, Wayne Shorter, Robin Eubanks, Esperanza Spaulding, Tal Wilkenfeld, Art Blakey, Charles Mingus, Bobby McFerrin, Amad Jamal, Larry Coryell, Pharoh Saunders, Howard Johnson, Taj Mahal, Whitney Houston, Tito Puente, Diane Reeves, Wayne Shorter, The Allman Brother’s Band, Warren Haynes and Joe Zawinul; and led the Meta-Funk All-Stars, the Real Thing, and Quintessence.

His numerous recordings include Grammy nominated Sting’s Nothing Like the Sun, Pat Martino’s Joyous Lake, Brand X Livestock (I and II), Jaco Pastorius’ Word of Mouth Band 1983 Japan Tour featuring Kazumi Watanabe, Bushrock Reset, Maceo Parker’s Life on Planet Groove, Stanley Jordan’s Friends, Naicin High Bias, Vanessa Williams’s The Sweetest Days, and Live at Montreux with Miles Davis and Quincy Jones. His first solo record Just Advance came out in 1991 and his latest release, Show No Fear, was released on Groove Economy Records in the fall of 2018.

Kenwood is also well known as a pioneer of mastering simultaneous multi instrumental live performance, playing 2 keyboards, drums and singing all at once, what he refers to as Pansonic Coordination. He says,“After playing with Pat Martino and Brand X, I decided to concentrate on developing the MRO. My first concert was in 1979, where I played three keyboards and drums at the same time. I eventually developed it to the point where I could play eight ostinatos at the same time, and that led to playing all the parts of a song where I could sound like an entire band.”


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mariaFausta | Alternative, Progressive, Rock, Pop

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mariaFausta | Short BIO

mariaFausta began studying music at the age of 14. She graduated in violin at the Corelli Conservatory of Messina, in jazz at the CMDL in France and in conducting at the European Conducting Academy in Vicenza. Since she was a child she has cultivated a passion for singing, far from any kind of ‘standardization’ of vocal technique and explores her own expressive dimension, in all its forms. She collaborates with groups of all genres from baroque to pop music, electronic, classic and progressive rock, blues and jazz. She was leader of the Spell trio for 12 years.

At 17, the album “The spell trio. An album of progressive and jazz “in which, in addition to the common arrangements and the interpretation of ‘The captain of her heart’ by Kurt Maloo from Double (with which mariaFausta collaborates as a violinist on the album “Summer Better Times”), are included two of her original songs: “The Battle of black and white”, entirely composed, played, sung, arranged and recorded by her in the form of a solo and the ballad “Land of Heaven”.

Active in live shows and concerts in various countries including Italy, France, China, Spain and Switzerland. Recently his participation in various concerts in Switzerland as a soloist of the Wangen wind orchestra. In France, where she lived for several years, she also plays at the prestigious Samois sur Seine Festival. She has never abandoned the love for classical music which he continues to discover both as a teacher and as an orchestra professor.

After returning from an orchestral tour in China in the cities of Tianjin and Harbin, she began a new experience as a composer of music for the theater scene. In the last three years she has written soundtracks for the television libraries of RTI Mediaset, dedicating himself to his personal project “Million Faces” which, in 2018, he presents during a tour with Le Orme, opening for Will Hunt by Evanescence and at Fimaa Milano, in concert at the Italian Consulate of Istanbul for the Republic Day, at the review for Palermo City of Culture, on tour in France and in many other prestigious events.

She collaborates with great musicians including: Olivier Ker Ourio, Didier Del Aguila, Eda Zari, Kurt Maloo, Franco Mezzena and Didier Lockwood with whom she duets in Paris during the presentation of the album at the Theater de Nesle. She is currently working to finish the recordings of the new album, which is scheduled for release next fall.


mariaFausta | MILLION FACES

The disc of the Sicilian singer and composer is written, produced and arranged entirely by her, a young multifaceted artist who is enjoying considerable acclaim abroad, especially in France, where she has been performing and collaborating with renowned musicians for some time.

In the live shows mariaFausta performs “solo” with an exciting and engaging show, with loop stations and other sound supports, or with a line-up that can be modulated according to the context, from the classic rock quartet to a band that includes some international guests.

Million Faces, an eagerly awaited and cultivated album, represents the artist’s debut as a soloist and reflects the desire to be accessible to everyone, while not giving up his own nature and the different qualities of the styles she loves. The love for the orchestra, from the most classic to the most modern sounds, the love for rock, electronics, progressive, blues, jazz and pop music. Internationally renowned musicians also collaborated on the disc – among others the Italian classical violinist Franco Mezzena, the French jazz harmonica player Olivier Ker Ourio and the French flamenco bassist Didier Del Aguila.

The album is available in CD format, in digital download and on allstreaming platforms
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THEY SAY ABOUT HER:

“Maria Fausta Rizzo, an eclectic, brilliant artist. A 360-degree musician … “- Franco Mezzena (Italian Violin Virtuoso)

“Maria Fausta, a violent but violent positive talent. Like a creation.”- Lior Shambadal (Chief Conductor of Berliner Symphoniker)

“One of the greatest natural talents I’ve ever met. Pure music “- Melo Mafali (Italian Pianist and composer)

“Maria Fausta est un diamant brut au cœur de velours! Une voix à la profondeur et l’âpreté” Joplinienne “loin de l’aseptisation vocale des chanteurs d’aujourd’hui. Elle nous réveille et nous touche au plus profond de notre intimité , there where the on ne peut opposer la moindre résistance. Maria Fausta est non seulement musicien de thé, tête aux pieds mais aussi great tragédienne so much incarne magnifiquement La poésie de sa musique et de ses textes. J’adore! “- Didier Lockwood (French Jazz violinist, composer, producer and founder of CMDL)

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Messina: mariaFausta presenta l’album “Million Faces”

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“Pop, rock, jazz… e non solo” MariaFausta Million Faces

MILLION FACES : il rock intimista ed esplosivo di Maria Fausta Rizzo per la Filarmonica Laudamo

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Artist: mariaFausta

Genre: Alternative / Rock / Pop

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1 to 5 Musicians Electric Band or Unplugged

BAND + CHORUS + ORCHESTRA:

5 musicians + .Glorius 4 (chorus) + Orchestra + guests (Franco Mezzena, Olivier ker Ourio, Didier Del Aguila)

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5 musicians + 3 Choristers: Full Electric Band (Video of live concert:

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INFO BAND AND GUESTS:

Drums: Stefano Sgrò, Matthieu Chazarenc, Tiss Rodriguez.

Bass: Massimo Pino, Didier Del Aguila.

Guitar :Antonio Amante Reynolds.

Chorus: Glorius 4

Sound engineer: Gaetano Leonardi

Guests: Franco Mezzena, Olivier Ker Ourio.

Franco Mezzena pupil of Salvatore Accardo. He has played in the most important theaters and guest in major festivals throughout Europe, Japan, Africa, the United States, Central and South America. He recently had a smash hit at New York’s Carnegie Hall. He played with Salvatore Accardo, Bruno Canino, Rocco Filippini, Bruno Giuranna, Alain Meunier, Bruno Mezzena, Anthony Pay, Franco Petracchi, Ruggiero Ricci. With more than 80 albums published, he has recorded in world premiere, for the Dynamic label, the complete of the 29 concertos for violin and orchestra by GB Viotti and numerous Paganini and unpublished works. He has recorded the complete Beethoven compositions for piano and violin for Wide Classique. He holds numerous specialization courses in Italy and abroad (Royal College and Trinity College in London, Oxford, Hochschule in Leipzig and Cologne, Tokyo, Osaka, Mexico City, etc.). He is Artistic Director of the Chamber Orchestra of Lecce and Salento and of the Mozart Italia Association section of Pordenone. He wins the Napoli Cultural Classic Award (XV edition) at the 2015 Excellence.

Olivier Ker Ourio is recognized today as the greatest chromatic harmonica player in the world. Successor of Toots Thielemans, Ker Ourio is not only a great soloist but also a brilliant composer. Its expressive and warm sound always favors emotion and its music reaches straight to the heart. He has collaborated with great international musicians including Sylvian Luc, Marcel Azzola, Michel Legrand, Didier Lockwood, Danyel Waro. Since 2014, after the meeting at the CMDL, he has collaborated with mariaFausta in the studio and in live shows.

Didier Del Aguila, bass player, double bass player. The richness of his rhythmic and melodic sound has meant that over the years he collaborated with the biggest names in international jazz. At the age of 15 he began playing with M. Petrucciani, later Steve Houton, Louis Winsberg, Sylvian Luc, Mino Cinelu and many others. For 12 years he is bassist of the flamenco guitarist JUAN CARMONA with whom he plays in the largest halls in the world (Royal Albert Hall – London, Montreal Jazz Festival, Red Sea Jazz Festival, Eilat). In 2014 he became bass player of mariaFausta and his Million Faces project.

Antonio Amante Reynolds, guitarist and singer active on the Italian scene for more than 20 years, boasts collaborations with national and international artists such as Paul DiAnno (Iron Maiden), Tony Esposito, Ernesto Vitolo, Scott Henderson, Iarin Munari (R. Vecchioni, Stadio). For more than 10 years he has been collaborating as a mariaFausta guitarist in various formations.

Stefano Sgrò, drummer, graduated with full marks from the “F. Cilea ”of Reggio Calabria. He obtained the II level academic diploma in jazz music with the highest marks at the Corelli Conservatory of Messina. He has played with artists such as José Carreras, Loretta Goggi, Paolo Ferrari, Edoardo Bennato, Joe Amoruso, Danilo Rea, Rosalba Bentivoglio, Tony Esposito, Franco Fasano and currently collaborates with the Night and day orchestra, the ethno-folk group Kunsertu and the singer-songwriter. Maria Fausta Rizzo.

Massimo Pino, bassist and composer, began his career as a professional musician in the musical “Jesus Christ Super Superstar” by Massimo Romeo Piparo and in “Evita”. With Olivia Cinquemani he participates in “A disco for the summer”; he is the bassist of “Zongaje”, formerly “Kunsertu”, with whom he records the album “Menzamà” and participates in the “Womad”; he plays with Mario Venuti, with Irene Fargo and with Tony Canto; since 2009 he is the bass player of “Nemas Project”; he plays with Gabriele Savasta and records the album “Un ignorante intellectual”; he plays with “Bandamariù” and records the album “Bumma”. In 2004 his recording project “DoctorCom” was born, with which in 2009 he won the “Pop Rock Contest” and in 2011 he released his first EP “White”.

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