Dolcetti, the progressive instrumental electronic rock duo featuring guitarist Gianni Rojatti and drummer Erik Tulissio, is about to embark on a series of concerts throughout Italy as special guests on the "Stu Hamm band" tour, which includes Greg Howe on guitar.
"We are excited to join these outstanding musicians on tour" says Gianni Rojatti "Greg Howe in particular is one of my favorite guitarists: a pioneer in merging funk, fusion and shredding. I studied it a lot. It is an honor to share the stage with him.”
"Dolcetti do not have a bass player" says Tulissio "But Stu Hamm is an incredible musician, for which we would be thrilled to be able to make an exception. He is capable of combining groove and virtuosity in a unique way."
To coincide with the start of the tour Dolcetti also announced the release of their new album "Arriver". The album will be released on the 19th of November at the SHG-RitmiShow Guitar Show in Milan and is available for pre-order via bandcamp.
"Arriver" marks a profound evolution in the sound of Dolcetti. The new album, in addition to drums and guitar, was recorded entirely with synths and electronics. The bass lines were recorded with a Moog bass synth and the two musicians played and experimented a lot with genres.
20.10 Pisa - Blitz Music Live
21.10 Roma - Planet Live
22.10 Bologna - Music Academy
23.10 San Donà (Venezia) - Revolver