Matteo Sedazzari

‘Where words fail, music speaks’ - Hans Christian Andersen – Writer.

Wednesday, 11 November 2020 10:33

Sonny Green –Grenade

A few years ago, I had the pleasure of working with and interviewing Sonny Green, a smartly dressed wordsmith hailing from Southend, who is sharp with swagger, and a cheeky smile.

Thursday, 05 November 2020 11:26

Vanderocker The Good Punk EP Reviewed

The Good Punk, produced by Brandon Eggleston (The Dandy Warhols; Modest Mouse) is the latest EP from Vanderocker, the brainchild of Los Angeles resident Adrienne Vanderocker, who boasts a rich classical musical background that originates from her Dutch family who resided in ‘The Live Music Capital of the World’, Austin, Texas.

Jack Palance, born Volodymyr Palahniuk on 18th February 1919 to Anna and Ivan Palahniuk, Ukrainian immigrants, in Lattimer Mines, Pennsylvania. Palance was one of six children. Prior to becoming a screen legend Jack Palance was a professional boxer fighting under the name of Jack Brazzo.

L’immortale (The Immortal) is a spin-off from Sky Atlantic’s Gomorrah, which is loosely based on Italian writer and Napolitano Roberto Saviano’s nonfiction book Gomorrah (March 2006), an investigative tome that under-covered in detail the workings of the criminal organisation, Camorra of Naples. The book led to a play then a film (both in 2008), then to a TV series (2014), co-created by Savino. The TV series bears no resemblance to the book, film, or the play.

My Brilliant Friend - The Story of A New Name, is the follow on to HBO, RAI and TIMvision’s critically acclaimed TV Series, My Brilliant Friend, created by Italian director Saverio Costanzo, (Hungry Hearts, The Solitude of Prime Numbers) based on Elena Ferrante’s four-book series entitled the Neapolitan Novels.

Monday, 31 August 2020 11:25

Perry Boys Reviewed on ZANI

As stated in the prologue of The Perry Boys, author Ian Hough, ‘was not a gang leader or a glory hunter’, therefore, Salford Lad, Ian Hough, gives his narrative of being a member of a football firm in Manchester and beyond.

Matt and Luke Goss of Bros, with their battle cry of ‘When Will I Be Famous’ certainly came true in November 1987, when this song became their breakthrough single, peaking at number two in the British Hit Parade. By the start of 1988, Bros mania was spreading across, not just the UK, but the world.

The drummer is the backbone to any band, from jazz to rock, for they are the ones that make the melody pulsate, the harmony throb and the bass notes dance. Without a good drummer then the band is no good, it is that simple.

Can't Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police – (2012) is a documentary based on The Police’s guitarist Andy Summers’ critically acclaimed autobiography from 2007, One Train Later: A Memoir Paperback.

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