Fulvio Musso (Rhythm-Guitar)

Torino-born Fulvio bought his first guitar at the age of 13 and started to imitate the rock guitars of the Beatles and the Stones. In1966, he undertook first experiments as a guitar player and a singer with the band "Gli aedi”. In 1968, the band was renamed to "La meta di zero” (half of zero) and refers to Jimi Hendrix. Then, starting in 1970, he played rock blues with the group "Samarkanda”. In the 80’s his Italian roots were calling and he digged out his acoustic guitar and played folk music in his mother tongue. 1987-1989 he played in concerts with the Romanian soloists Joachim Domide, flute and George Ciolac, organ. Together, they recorded two CDs.