Italy

Bar Florio. Cagliari, Italy. June 16, 2015.
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Last minute concert at the Bar Florio in Cagliari, at the southern tip of Sardinia. Concert was outdoors in the plaza in front of the bar. Gorgeous public space. Toddlers running around. Older kids on skateboards. Elderly people chatting away...
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Noci, Italy. May 27, 2015.
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Noci. Lovely time. Concert in a very old convent with Giuseppe Tria, Gianni Console, Donato Console, and Wetfootwolt Hold Off, the latter playing, among other instruments, a tuned and amplified broom. Such charming hosts, drove me all around the region to see the sights,...
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Giulanova and Termoli, Italy. May 23 and 25, 2015
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After the Strozzi Palace in Florence I went to Giulianova for a small concert organized by Giuseppe Di Berardino, a small-town orthodontist who developed a consuming passion for adventurous music in his sixties. The "concert" was essentially a dinner party for...
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Palacio Strozzi. Florence, Italy. May 21, 2015
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Concert in Florence was a real high point. Played in the Palacio Strozzi, an icon of renaissance architecture and the city's major venue for contemporary art. The concert was covered on Italian TV news. Intervista al guru del sintetizzatore. Bob...
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Rome, Italy. May 18, 2015
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Another nice show, this time in Rome at a club called Dal Verme. This club seems like any other rock dive, with a black storefront, a small industrial looking bar, and then stairs down to the music club in the...
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Napoli, Italy. May 14, 2015.
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Fantastic time In Napoli. Concert was at  L'Asilo. Biggest crowd of the tour so far. Great space: vibrant, energetic collective of musicians and artists of all kinds. Napoli seems completely ungentrified, and L'Asilo is quite in keeping with that spirit. The scene and...
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Area Sismica. Forli, Italy. April 25, 2015.
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Meet Piero Ruscelli. One of the 3 producers of my concert in For, Italy at Area Sismica. The only place I know where a man like Piero, who never went to college or high school and worked as a barber since...
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