Twin Dragons mit Nathaniel Peterson & Greg Angelucci

Dienstag, 10.10.2017 (20:30 - 23:45) @ Reigen Live

Eintritt: Vorverkauf 15 €, Abendkasse 18 €


Nathaniel Peterson - bass/vocals

Nazzareno Zacconi - guitar (Jennifer Batten/Tm Stevens/Bumblefoot)

Greg Angelucci - drums (Tm Stevens)

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Was ist die Summe aus 2 und 8?

The band recorded 3 studio albums and 1 live album, in may 2017 a "best of 15 years on the road" is will be realised.. The mix of Nathaniel bluesy voice and the powerfull guitar playing of one of the best guitarists in the music business , Nazzereno Zacconi
make this band unique. The band had different drummers in the line-up, from Tom Compton (ex Johnny Winter) to Clive Bunker (ex Jethro Tull) and Mike Terrana, and now is one of the best young drummers of the Italian rock scene behind the snare :
Greg Angelucci .
NATHANIEL PETERSON is born in Memphis Tennessee. He began playing bass at a very young age. Confdent with his profciency he began playing and jamming with some of the 60’s greatest artists around the USA such as Mitch RydRusty Day, Jim McCartey, Tim Buckley, Jimmy Reed, Howlin Wolf, Iggy Pop an Don Davis to name a few. He was never content to play only one style of music and
demonstrated early on his ability to be extremely fexible as to form and content. In the late 90’s he toured for five years as the lead singer/bassist fSavoy Brown. 2005 Nathaniel was nominated for the grammy award thanks his voice present on 3 tracks of the
Hubert Sumlin album “About them shoes” with Keith Richards (Rolling Stones) and Eric Clapton playing guitars.