JAZZ GUITAR

Eddy Palermo internationally renowned jazz-trained guitarist, his style is rooted in jazz guitar classics but with a wholly personal evolution.
Although he has always been active as a Trio or Quartet leader, there is no shortage of important collaborations with jazz legends such as Chet Baker, George Coleman, Billy Smith, David Samborn, George Garzone , Tony Scot, Jim Hall, Bucky Pizzarelli, and Joe Pass. From the latter he drew great inspiration for the “guitar solo.”

He has also collaborated with big Italian names such as Bruno Martino, Rosario Giuliani, Stefano Di Battista, Niky Nicolai, Nunzio Rotondo, Roberto Gatto, Romano Mussolini, Massimo Urbani and others.

Always a lover of bossa nova, in 1998 he moved a few years to Brazil where in addition to developing his own style, which is a fusion of jazz culture and Brazilian rhythms, he collaborated with some of the greats of that music: Mauricio Einhorn (Batida Diferente), Josè Roberto Bertrami (Azimut), Roberto Menescal (O barquinho), Pery Ribeiro and Toninho Horta with whom he recorded a CD “Brincando “followed by several concerts in Brazil and Italy; and, also in Italy, he collaborates with great Brazilian artists including Rosalia De Souza.

Eddy Palermo has participated in various international festivals such as Umbria Jazz (Perugia), Celimontana Jazz (Rome), Eddy Lang Jazz Festival (Isernia) and others in Italy and abroad such as Istanbul (1982) and Huston (2002).

Eddy Palermo

Eddy Palermo
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