World class musician and consummate guitarist whose playing speaks volumes, a guitar whiz if you ask me. Rod Piazza’s sideman within the Mighty Flyers. We teamed up touring Europe. In Los Angeles we recorded his first solo and very well received CD “Think About It”. The making of this CD featuring Larry Taylor, Lynwood Slim, Finis Tasby, Tad Robinson, Mando Dorame and Alberto Marsico, was a highlight on my way. ( Read about Alex Schultz on his website )

Nobody believes me when I say I recorded with Larry Taylor. Music history, best known for his years with Canned Heat, he appeared with them at the Monterey International Festival and Woodstock. Enormously prolific and creative bass line supplier for The Monkeys, Jerry Lee Lewis, John Hammond, Tom Waits and….. the list is long. ( read about Larry Taylor on Wikipedia )

Capturing soul vocalist from Indiana (Usa). Every time we play together, he surprises me with his incredibly impressive interpretations. Tad’s latest CD, “A New Point of View” has been nominated 2008 Blues/Soul album of the year by Blues Music Award.  ( Read about Tad Robinson on Wikipedia )

Joey is the man, unquestioned Hammond B3 boss. A true phenomenon, credited with virtuoso technique and innate soulfulness. I had the honour to play with him at the Blue Note Jazz Club in Milan. Joey performed with all the historical jazz and blues musicians, including Elvin Jones, Pat Martino, John Mc Laughlin and Miles Davis. ( Read about Joey De Francesco on Wikipedia )

I’ve had the honour to play with this world-class sax player. We play together with Laura Fedele Trio. When he plays, his saxophone has a warm sound, smooth as velvet, and he plays beautiful and elegant jazz phrases. To play with Mr Hamilton is an unique experience and hope to repeat it in the future. ( Read about Scott Hamilton on Wikipedia )

No presentation needed. Sugar Ray Norcia is simply one of the most famous blues singers on the scene, nominated for countless awards and Roomful of Blues front man for seven years. We recorded two CDs (“Thats What I Found Out” and “Kill The Coffee”) in Gubbio/Italy with Maurizio Pugno, Alberto Marsico, Lucio Villani, Mark du Fresne and many others. ( Read about Sugar Ray Norcia on Wikipedia )

A superb saxophone player, who played with Jack Mc Duff, Kenny Barron, Cedar Walton, Benny Golson, and many other legendary jazz musicians. We played together at the recording session for the Organ Logistics CD “Take a Walk on the Moon”. A wonderful experience. ( Read about Jesse Davis on Wikipedia )