Corrado will tour together with Petere Vettese on keyboards (Jethro Tull, Annie Lennox, Carly Simon, Clannad) and Mel Gaynor on drums (Simple Minds, Elton John, Lou Reed, Tina Turner, Peter Gabriel, Little Steven, Brian May and many others).
Nothing like Corrado’s words can better explain how Aham has been produced and released:
“When I started to write the music for this album, I wanted to find out how far this wonderful instrument and I could go. During six years of work and experimentation, I’ve been incredibly surprised by the guitar’s versatility and sonic capabilities , which have been seldom used or almost totally ignored up to this point. The deeper I went, I became more and more enthused and excited about the little and big secrets that the instrument kept revealing to me. The way in which the music was conceived and produced created some limitations, constrictions and a distinctive sonic palette, all of which contributed to the overall sound and mood of the album. I hope that after six years of R&D, I was able to create a musical space within which one can hear the first baby cry of what I like to call the ‘Transmodern Guitar,’” said Rustici, who as a byproduct of his work on “Aham” is designing and developing a couple of products with DV Mark.
Here are the tour dates:
> Dec 7 - Magazzini Fermi - AVERSA (CE)
> Dec 8 - Saloon Public House - ROCCAFORZATA (TA)
> Dec 9 - Planet Live Club - ROMA
> Dec 10 - Break Live Club - ASCOLI PICENO
> Dec 11 - Blitz Live Music Pub -SAN GIOVANNI ALLA VENA (PI)
> Dec 12 - Teatro Palamostre - UDINE
> Dec 13 - Salumeria della Musica - MILANO
DON'T MISS IT!!!