Italian guitarist Steve Saluto has released a new solo EP, "12", featuring Oni Logan (LYNCH MOB) on vocals, Brian Tichy (WHITESNAKE, BILLY IDOL, SLASH) on drums and Thomas Nero on bass.
In every song, fans can find the unmistakable Steve's guitar style with power riffs, blazing solos and melodies perfectly fitting with the music. Also included is a burning instrumental called "Bangkok" where the drums of Tichy and the bass of Nero make the difference.
"12" track listing:
04. Make You Mine
Residing in Treviso (Italy), Steve Saluto began playing guitar at the age of fifteen. After taking jazz guitar lessons, he was inspired by the Eddie Van Halen solo in Michael Jackson's "Beat It" to take up playing rock.
Steve has written and produced 11 solo and band recordings featuring his diverse guitar virtuosity.
In addition to being a guitar player and band leader, Steve is an in-demand writer and producer for up-and-coming artists and he also own a recording commercial studio in San Biagio di Callalta (TV).
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