CD Release Italian Music Lorenzo Buhne's 'Sotto Sopra' Lorenzo Buhne is a musician who crosses many musical genres, and continents- from classic American punk rock to 16th Century Italian ballads. Born in Italy, his family migrated to Sydney when Lorenzo was a teenager. There he learned bass guitar, and toured extensively throughout Australia, Viet Nam and Singapore. Next, he was off to Los Angeles, playing with legendary punk bands FEAR and the Dickies and performing on bills with such notable acts as Devo, Jane's Addiction, The Red Hot Chilly Peppers, Iggy Pop, The Ramones, Green Day, Tiny Tim and many more. Lorenzo has toured the States and Europe extensively, and his various bands and solo work have made the top 10 charts in Japan, England, and Argentina. He's composed songs for Hollywood films, a ballet, an art installation. In the 90's Lorenzo turned his attention to producing. No matter what he plays and where he travels, Lorenzo takes his Italian roots with him, he continues to play both new and traditional Italian music, only now has he begun to put some of his work on record. His new CD 'Sotto Sopra' is a modern record that incorporates pop, rock, sampled beats, as well as mandolins, strings, and primitive Mediterranean instruments. Recorded in Wellington after the arrival of his first child, and using Italian lyrics composed by his father, this CD is a family album that reflects cultures past as well as the new cultures being created in New Zealand. The record includes local notables guest appearances. For more information, contact Lorenzo Buhne at email@example.com.
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