Output from the band may be rare (for many reasons over the last couple of years) but this track suggests there is fire in the belly to make this work and hopefully more music, more shows and the level of recognition that the lads deserve is forthcoming.
When you combine all of that material together and mix it with his time in the West End in Jim Steinman’s ‘Bat Out Of Hell: The Musical’, his star turn in Rip It Up – 70s where his performance was so strong he was added to the main headline casting, you start to appreciate that the world is ready for Giovanni Spano. Now sit back and let him entertain you!
GIO (Giovanni Spano) is pleased to announce a 6 date UK headline tour this May. Fresh from a sold-out Islington Academy show this January, (our review of that night is below:) Gio will be taking his band deVience on the road to perform songs from his X factor performances including ‘Saturdays night alright for fighting’ […]
Imagine yourself walking into the Houses of Parliament”, excuse me if I say this, “with a bomb strapped onto your chest! As if you’re Guy Fawkes and that’s how far you would go….
Never have I watched a drummer so intently as I did with Olli. His style of playing and the fills that he seems to conjure out of thin air feel reminiscent of the late great Keith Moon.