For Italian-bred metal maestro, Gianmaria’ Jommy’ Puledda, a dream of dazzling audiences on American soil has finally come to fruition.
As the world begins to open up, it seems that West has once again dodged his creative winter, and instead, has garnered yet another nine-lives-like rebirth in the form of live shows with both Spread Eagle and George Lynch’s Electric Freedom.
n ever-resourceful troubadour, Lynch has steadfastly refused to stagnate, or hyper-fixate on any one project for very long. Be it Lynch Mob, KXM, Sweet & Lynch, The End Machine, or his newest project, The Electric Freedom, George Lynch seemingly always has a new trick, or two, up his proverbial musical sleeve.
Award-winning guitarist Gianmaria Puledda aka “Jommy” has officially joined NYC street metal warriors, Spread Eagle, for their upcoming summer tour.
From humble east coast origins to the biggest stages in the world, that, in a nutshell, is a brief summarization of the career of veteran bassist, Rob DeLuca. But if we simply boiled it down to those few short turns of phrase, we wouldn’t be giving DeLuca his due.
While you may not know Ray West by his face, or by his name, one thing is certain, take one listen to the music of Spread Eagle, and you will know West by the scream.
While the original four members of Spread Eagle may have each forged their own paths and may find themselves in different parts of the world, the fact remains that the music they made will bond them forever and that those songs will stand the test of time. No one will ever be able to take that away from Paul, Ray, Rob, and Tommi.
In an age where guitar heroes are forsaken, modern-day guitar virtuoso, Ziv Shalev is bucking that trend, and kicking down doors with great ferocity in the process.