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AAA Music | 16 October 2019

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Introducing The Grannies

| On 23, Sep 2010

In winter 2007 David Comanducci and Romolo Fondi (guitar and drum of White Taxi Cab) met Claudio Falconi who previoulsy was the main guitarist of Heavy Soul. After a few months of practising together, Claudio introduced his band mates to Michele Lolli, who immediately became the bassist of the band. After several gigs around Rome their energy was obvious and the response from people was very positive. As a result, they decided to go on with their songs, all written by Comanducci, who became the leader of the band and the main voice. The Grannies play a music that moves through alternative and emotional indie garage rock. The music is mainly based on a classic rock’n’roll, blues sound with vintage guitars, polyhydric drums and  a blasting bass, which produce easy listening, explosive melodies. Immediately, the band started to play in the most popular rock n roll clubs in Rome (Sinister Noise, Liam Club, Mads, Led Zep, Contestaccio). In September 2008, they joined the Gravity Fest and played with The Holloways, The Paddingtons and The Courteneers. They also performed with important garage bands like: Jack Of Heart, Mark Sultan and the BBQ show, The Magnetix, and The Satelliters. They also played at Circolo Degli Artisti opening for Eugene Mc Guinness and at Black Out Rock Club opening for The Black Lips. After all this success, they recorded their debut album “One Night Stand” in Danilo Silvestri’s Green Mountain Audio studio (Rome) with the artistic direction of Massimo Del Pozzo from Mistylane Teen Sound Records.

The Grannies:

David Comanducci : vocals and guitar

Claudio Falconi: chorus and guitar

Michele Lolli: chorus and bass

Romolo Fondi: chorus and drums

Track list:

Never

Sad song

Diddy wah diddy

Death call from an autumn field

Melody

I said yeah

Little poor girl

64

Lift

One night stand

Children’s panic( the end)

www.myspace.com/thegranniesband