Stefano Cannone: lead vocals, acoustic guitar, saxophone, harmonica
Lorenzo Raparelli: bass guitar, background vocals, additional backing tracks
Gianni Russo: electric guitar, background vocals
Pasquale Renna: piano, keyboards, background vocals, additional backing tracks
Lorenzo De Feo: drums, percussion, backing tracks
We started as a David Bowie tribute-band during the hot summer of 1991, performing in a lot of Italian venues. In 1993, after a brief tour in Tunisia, we were formally awarded as the "Best Tribute-band of Rome".
After a few changes in our line-up we finally got to a turning point: in 1998 a delegation of the Velvet Goldmine, the official Italian David Bowie fan club, came to interview us right just before a live gig, paving the way for our entrance in the circle of the most respected and loved bands.
Nowadays, after many years of gigs and a few further changes to the line-up, we’re still living the fairy tale that took us through the chameleon-like eccentricity of the Thin White Duke.
A SELECTION OF WELL KNOWN VENUES WHERE WE PERFORMED:
- Piper Club
- Hard Rock Cafè Roma
- Geronimo’s pub
- Circolo degli Artisti
- Stazione Birra
- Classico Village
- Big Bang / Zoobar
- Pala Rockness / New Rockness pub (Genzano romano)
- Storyville (Arezzo)
- Antica Birreria (Napoli)
- tre concerts for “Roma estate” at Foro Italico
- six editions of ALIVE AID Festival in Rome by Giorgio Guarnieri
- Freqency (Pomigliano d’Arco)
- U-bahn (Ancona)
- Villanova, Moonvida (Taranto)
- Rocca Malatestiana (Cesena)
- Teatro Astra (Pesaro)
- Urban (Perugia)
- BERARIA H (Europe's greatest brewery in Bucharest) for The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert (Romania).
Charismatic and multifaceted, transformer and scandalous, David Bowie was so gorgeous not only due to his music but also for his stage presence. He is well-known for his theatrical skills & tricks and for his ability to combine several different musical styles with both visual and narrative influences, ranging from Japanese theatre to comics, from science fiction to pantomime, from cabaret to Burroughs.