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Vinny Piana has been the main writer in various bands over the last 10 years before dedicating his time to his own project.

With his first solo album "Beg me to forgive" (2010) selling out the 200 manufactured cds at gigs and online, Vinny felt encouraged to stop playing in other bands and persue his solo carreer instead. 2013 and his second album: "It only takes a whisper" is finally ready and his most ambitious album to date. This stellar collection of original songs and tunes mixing Blues Rock and Alternative styles in an exiting album from start to end. The radio single "The Road" sets the tone.

Credits include licencing agreements with BBC, C4, ITV, MTV and for independent movies.

Over the years and in some random fashion, his songs have attracted the attention of various DJs and producers, including dance and ambient remixes by renown artists such as Chris McCormack (Ministry of Sound, Gary Newman, samples on Fatboy Slim’s million selling Halfway between the Gutter and the Stars album) Mark Berry (Bowie, Talk Talk and many more).

Live performances include supports for Wendy James, Hard Fi, Spiritualized, The Soho Dolls, Client, The Rakes and many more.

Press & media includes Time out London “recommended gig” and single review “A real Gem of A track”, XFM “dirty, sexy little number”, Alternative London: “fresh and exciting…dark at times and unashamedly pop at others” and more.

His main focus is now on his solo activities with his new album “It only takes a whisper”, recorded in London through 2012 and early 2013, mixed in early January by Sean Douglas (Wire, Adam Ant) and mastered by Brian Lucey (The Black Keys, Beck, Dr John).

You can check out Vinny Piana at his official website, www.vinnypiana.co.uk

vinnypiana Vinny Piana, London, Britain (UK)

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