Mauro Patelli

Luca Carboni


Artist Bio

Mauro Patelli has participated in the historic Bolognese rock movement of the early eighties, founding the Luti Chroma, a band that has racked up a 45 self-produced, a 45 and a ribbon with Harpo's Bazaar (hereinafter Italian Records) and a 33 rpm with Wea also participating in the mega concert in December 1980 at the Palasport of Bologna and earning a place among the most important band in the Bolognese rock movement of the period.

After that, and after several years in the orchestra file Disco Yellow Flag of Rimini, he joined the then fledgling band of Luca Carboni, taking part in all tours (Italian and international) and tv appearances the singer from Bologna, from the beginnings to the present day, as well as actively participating in the creation of albums like Carboni 1992 (packed with hits like It takes a physical beast, sea sea, my city, love stories), the World of 1996, Live in 2003. the friendship and relations of Patelli collaboration with other artists (one for all Lucio Dalla, who publicly declares to consider it ""one of the greatest guitarists"" during a TV program live on Rai Uno) allowed him to write music for the same Carboni, Gianni Morandi, Paola Turci, and artistic short films. Among the collaborations, we should mention those with Jovanotti, Jimmy Villotti, Riccardo Sinigallia, Barbara Cola, Rosario Di Bella and CCCP.

He also lent his chitarrismi and his voice for the realization of the soundtracks of films like The Picari (Mario Monicelli, with Vittorio Gassman, Giancarlo Giannini, Nino Manfredi and many others, with music by Lucio Dalla and Mauro Malavasi), Muzungu (played by Job Covatta) First Gimme a Kiss (Ambrogio Lo Giudice, starring Luca Zingaretti and Stefania Rocca and music by Lucio Dalla and Fabio Anastasi). Since 1993 he endorses Fender and has also participated in the cd Italy Plays Fender, together with the most important Italian guitarists.