Intervista ai Train To Roots - Reggae.Today (italiano) 2/2

Reggae.Today incontra i Train To Roots a Roma durante il Growing Tour 2014



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Train To Roots

Train To Roots

An artistic path, considerably dynamic and rewarding, which in more than ten years has really strengthen the Sardinian band Train To Roots, giving it the possibility to boast of enriching experiences and collaborations with international artists and to play in the most important European reggae festivals and clubs. They have published already 4 albums since the debut in 2004: the namesake album Train To Roots (2005), Terra e acqua (2008), Brathin’ faya (2011) and Growing, released in 2014. They are now working on the fifth album, which is due at the end of 2015.
A great creativity, some positive perseverance and a serious determination is the perfect blend which allows the Train To Roots to evolve and be able to keep up with the times. These qualities are highly recognized and acclaimed by their audience, which is more and more abundant and demanding. Behind their hot and entertaining live shows there’s a burning and endless passion for music such as an intense study. Rooted in British early reggae, the band later turned in genres more in line with contemporary music canons, ranging from different kinds of reggae and black music.

Train To Roots are: Simone Pireddu "Bujumannu" - voice Michele Mulas "Rootsman I" - voice Antonio Leardi "Papa'Ntò" - keyboards Simone Bardi "Doctor Bass" - bass Stefano Manai "Stiv Man I" - guitar Giampaolo Bolelli "Jambo" - guitar Carlo Pippia "Groover" - drums