SPAGHETTI BROTHERS are a group of virtuous and friendly Apulian musicians who share the desire to have fun and entertain the audience in their performances. In addition to playing with great ease, in their performances the group has fun, sudden, emotional, transporting the public in a show with a retro taste, elegant and refined.
SPAGHETTI BROTHERS will make your wedding day perfect with their unique and inimitable performances that will be the protagonists during your party, involving every type of guest.
In their repertoire include songs by artists such as Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Benny Goodman, Louis Armstrong, Louis Prima, and Italians like Fred Buscaglione, Natalino Otto, Alberto Rabagliati, Nicola Arigliano, Renato Carosone, Paolo Conte, Sergio Caputo, Guy Portuguese and others.
A band with a completely male formation composed of:
DOMENICO PEZZOLLA in art Nicky , pianist, accordionist, singer, composer, Disk Jockey, was born on February 26, 1976 in Palagianello, in the province of Taranto.
An artist with a multifaceted character, since he was a child, he has cultivated a passion for music, dance and theater, forming many different artistic and musical experiences.
In 2010 he gave life to the Spaghetti Brothers project , live training devoted to Italian and international swing music. As well as musician, singer and disco jockey, in every musical genre, from jazz / swing, to ethnic, pop and electronic music, and to create a new and original sound in his musical performances.
GIANFILIPPO DIRENZO : Bass player and double bass player has collaborated with various musicians of the national and international caliber;
VINCENZO CRISTALLO : guitarist with a strong passion for jazz music;
MARCELLO INGROSSO : plays piano, keyboards, accordion and is a music programmer and arranger.
GIUSEPPE LAPISCOPIA : together with his sax he worked on numerous record productions and television productions Rai and Mediaset;
GIANFRANCO MENZELLA : he and his sax have participated in numerous national and international competitions obtaining nine first prizes and three second prizes;
MIKE LOVITO : on the trumpet, he was part of the “Brass fantasy”, recording with the American trumpet player Fred Mills.