ALBERTO BILLONE - Guitar

Alberto is a singer, music player (guitar, bass, trumpet, percussion, piano), composer, author, arranger, producer, guitar, bass teacher and a childhood musical educator.
At the age of 2 he recorded a piece by the Inti Illimani on a cassette. At 6 he stole the guitar from his father, at 17 he imagined himself as a musician and at 21 he realized that music was his nature, his job, his life.
He has walked hundreds of stages, some of which with significant personalities such as: Roy Paci, Caparezza, Bobo Rondelli, F. Magnelli, E. Avitabile, Bad Manners, Nada.

He is currently the singer / guitarist of "SANDRO.band", of "DALLAZ"
and the MagnoProg Music & Arts production's of Rocky Horror Show and Hair.

MANUEL MARTINI - Drums

He approached music by the age of 9 playing the trumpet. Later he studied drums, which became his main music instrument.
 
Over the years he has played in numerous bands, including original Italian music projects and various musical genres such as Heavy Metal and Grunge.
 
Since 2003 he has been collaborating with Magnoprog Music & Arts in the shows: "Rocky Horror Show", "The Forbidden Planet", "The Commitments", "Hair" and "La Sposa Cadavere".

EMANUELE MIGLIORINI - Bass Guitar

He began studying electric bass in 1998 at the "Modern Academy" in Scandicci (FI). In the following 3 years he studied technique and instrument theory with the teacher Stefano Allegra and later he studied groove technique and improvement.
 
In the early years of approach to the instrument, he played in some amateur rock bands participating in Emergenza Rock (2002) and San Remo Rock (2003). Subsequently, he played in a big band composed of 11 elements, including wind and choir, in many places in Tuscany and on the occasion of the summer festival "in Fortezza" at Fortezza da Basso (Fi). Since 2014 he has been collaborating with Magnoprog Music & Arts in the musicals "Rocky Horror Show" and "Hair".

FEDERICO PACINI - Synth & Keyboards

He undertook classical studies at an early age and, simultaneously, in 1995 he founded the band The Sweaters, with which until 2006 he participated in various broadcasts on Rai and Odeon TV and reached the final at the Rockcontest of Controradio in 2004.
In 2005 he was selected in the band of Flavio Insinna, and, from that moment, he participated in all his theatrical tours playing in the most important Italian theaters.
In 2008 he released the album "Tropical Steel" with the band Combo De La Muerte, obtaining a good success in sales and criticism.
Federico has taken part in numerous musical projects: "Mr. Palmigiano ei Gigolò", "Crazy Mama", "Bad Boy Boogie" among others.
 
In 2011 he joined the Bandabardó on a permanent basis as keyboard player and accordion player.
He is also a member of General Stratocuster And The Marshals, a group made up of important Florentine musicians from various musical contexts of the 80s and 70s.

2019 - Broadway Shots - Tutti i diritti riservati - Photo by Alessandro Scipioni - Edoardo Bellante