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FEM (Forza Elettro Motrice)

FEM PROG BAND are a young Italian five-piece that rose from the ashes of other minor bands and whose musical influences include styles as diverse as classical, jazz, Gospel and Renaissance vocal music. They originally called themselves LA FORZA ELETTRO MOTRICE and their repertoire consisted of performing covers of songs by the so-called big three of Italian progressive rock and their UK brethren. The band has undergone various changes of personnel since their formation in 2007, with keyboards-player Alberto Citterio and guitarist Paolo Colombo being the only remaining founding members. They ...read more

FEM PROG BAND are a young Italian five-piece that rose from the ashes of other minor bands and whose musical influences include styles as diverse as classical, jazz, Gospel and Renaissance vocal music. They originally called themselves LA FORZA ELETTRO MOTRICE and their repertoire consisted of performing covers of songs by the so-called big three of Italian progressive rock and their UK brethren. The band has undergone various changes of personnel since their formation in 2007, with keyboards-player Alberto Citterio and guitarist Paolo Colombo being the only remaining founding members. They quickly added their friend Marco Buzzi (bass) from a METALLICA tribute band and during 2008 they intensified their live activity with a series of gigs at the major venues in Milan. With the arrival of drummer Emanuele Borsati in the following year the group abbreviated their name and switched to performing their own material although they continued to try to recapture the sound of seventies prog. Giacomo Balzarotti (vocals, classical guitar) completed the current line-up in 2010 « hide

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Sulla Bolla di Sapone
2014

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