TWINSPIRITS Bassist Inks Solo Deal With LION MUSIC

TWINSPIRITS bassist Alberto Rigoni has inked a deal with Lion Music. According to a press release, "Rigoni's debut solo album, 'Something Different', is composed of ten tracks, eight of which are arranged as instruments and two of them sung. The main features of the album are, on one side the extreme variety of the tunes, on the other side the union of experimental research with the comeback of melody. Progressive, funky, rock, fusion, ambient suggestions blend in an original poetical mix that frees from any defined genre and turns out to be immediately catchy to every kind of listener. The CD features appearances by guests such as guitar players Tommy Ermolli and Daniele Gottardo. Some tunes of it have already been successfully broadcast by the Italian national radio channel RAI Radio 3 along with an interview to the author, before any public release."

For more information, visit www.albertorigoni.net.

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