La band was born in 2002 and, after various vicissitudes, has reached its current formation.
The repertoire is mainly focused on the period 1970-1974, "era Gabriel", although there is no lack of references to albums after Peter's exit from the group.
Anyway have a particular attention for the original atmospheres and sounds of Genesis. Their show it also incorporates some characteristics of the concerts of the 70s, such as Gabriel's stage costumes.
The songs and the costumes however, they are partially reinterpreted, in homage to the search for a tribute that is not a copy, but also the result of a personal vision.
For some years the Anyways have been open to collaboration with other groups, both as a tribute to Genesis and to Jethro Tull and Pink Floyd.
It has met with considerable success un type of highly innovative concert, such as the "Looking for Someone Who Can Dance" show, in which Anyway presented the repertoire of the Gabriel era together with Dusk e-band, dedicated at the time Collins, with alternations between musicians without interruption.
Current training: Paolo Lazzerini: Voice, flute, tambourine Pierenzo Alessandria: Guitars, choirs Moreno Ciccardi: Bass, rhythm guitar, Bass Pedals Alessandro Jorio: Drums, percussion, vocals Antonio Salini: Piano and keyboards
Multimedia pages of Horizons Radio on Tribute Bands dedicated to Genesis & Co. Here are the Charisma.
Carlo Salemi (Vocal) Massimiliano Loreno (Acoustic and Electric Piano, Synthesizers, Vocal & Lyrics) Ivan Ricciardi (Acoustic and Electric Piano, Synthesizers) Santi Loreno (Drum, Percussion, Lyrics, Digital Sound & Sampling) Enzo Puglisi (Electric Guitar, 12 String Guitar & Vocal) Andrea Cozzupoli (Electric Bass) Pietro Sultana (electric and acoustic guitar)
Multimedia pages of Horizons Radio on Tribute Bands dedicated to Genesis & Co. Here are the Duke.
The Padua group, friend of Steve Hackett and David Myers, former keyboard player of The Musical Box, is one of the longest-lived on the Italian scene of the Genesis Tribute Bands.
The band was born in 1981, from a rib of the Mellonta Tauta group. For a long time she was among the very few to play the repertoire of genesis, not disdaining forays into the solo one of Peter Gabriel e Steve hackett.
Multimedia pages of Horizons Radio on Tribute Bands dedicated to Genesis & Co. Here are the Epping Forest.
Epping Forest was born as a Genesis Tribute Band in 2006, on the initiative of a group of musicians passionate about music and progressive rock. The band has numerous concerts in Rome and in province, among which the one held in the Moat of the Abbey of Grottaferrata stands out, on August 2, 2009, as part of the event "Nights of August at the Castle", in front of a thousand enthusiastic enthusiasts. In May 2013, Epping Forest performed at "Stazione Birra" in Rome. The lineup proposed by Epping Forest completely retraces the musical experience of the Genesis of the so-called "Gabriel period", with songs taken from the first legendary works: Trespass, Nursery Cryme, Foxtrot, Selling England by The Pound and The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway.
Multimedia pages of Horizons Radio on Tribute Bands dedicated to Genesis & Co. Here are the Estro.
Ours is a show that is the result of a long study of the various musical situations of Genesis, with particular attention to the sounds and rhythms typical of the years in which progressive Rock occupied a leading position in the international music scene.
The Band was born in 74 as the first experience of keyboardist Massimo Metalli and then bassist Ugo Cosentino logically with clear Rock influence of the time. But the band began to have continuity in '77 with the insertion of the current bassist Giampiero Sparagna and the move of Ugo Cosentino to the drums. The first sessions took place on covers of Deep Purple, Grand Funk, Santana etc ... The first quintet was formed in 1978 playing, first cover of Genesis, then going through various Funk experiences, Fusion to produce their own music. This experience led Estro to produce some songs on vinyl which were then used as soundtracks for some RAI broadcasts. Left in three in '87 the band after a few years dedicated to improvisation, looking for new elements and various musical study experiences, found the realization of the current training with the guitarist Giovanni Barbati, coming from professional experiences with other bands (Officina Mechanics, Termini Station) with which he has made numerous albums and singles, but has been standing still for a few years. The Band at this point begins its activity with covers of: Toto, Level 42, Queen, Pink FLoyd and of course Genesis, playing a lot in the clubs of Rome, Latina and Provinces.
Starting from '94, the turning point: it becomes a "Genesis Cover Band" in all respects dedicating itself only to the tracks of the 1970-78 production. The meticulousness and fussiness of the individual musicians leads them to an exasperated search for sounds so as to obtain analogical and emulator instruments, typical of those years and necessary for the reproduction of the atmospheres of Genesis music. In the winter of 2001, after a series of positive results, the group met Antonello Bitocchi, singer of another Roman cover-band (Squonk) but who had been standing still for a long time. The band then begins an even more meticulous preparation and also oriented to the show's spectacular nature. The training with which he proposes himself is even more complete, greater attention is given to the Gabrielian period, using, like the well-known vocalist, the masks of the characters resulting from his imagination and his stories. Since 2007 a close collaboration began with the well-known Roman singer Roberto D'Amore already known for the tribute to Peter Gabriel and lover of all that comes from the old "Charisma Label" and has also brought to the band a wider availability and greater flexibility. In October 2008 the meeting with Pino Vecchioni, drummer with considerable experience in Rai, and a deepened passion for Genesis therefore .... Bingo! in fact together with Ugo in "Dual Drums" the sound becomes that of Seconds Out .... and also the show.