Aldo Buzzi has been around for some time in the music and art scene in New York City and surrounding area’s of the tri state. Playing in the early days of the Punk and New Wave scene in the city clubs such as the Mudd club, Interferon, Earths End, The Peppermint Lounge, among many other famous venues of that era. Two distinct bands that Aldo had formed and played with were, The Lampshades and Vinyl Flesh. The Lampshade produced a 45 that was recorded at Radio City Music Hall studio in 81′ called ‘”Not Sold Separately”. Many influences over the years have driven the music in so many different directions that has expanded Aldo’s artistic value’s and creativity of his music. From progressive & alternative rock to Reggae to New Wave, punk and back to good old Rock n Roll -so many influences has driven Aldo’s musical repertoire. You can hear Pink Floyd, Frank Zappa, Bob Marley, Peter Gabriel to name a few in different songs that he has written and played on. Dropping out of the scene in the late 90’s early 2000’s – in which you can imagine why. The past 10 years, Aldo going totally solo having gained back his momentum, creativity and Mojo – the music became fun and exciting once more. In the past 10 years Aldo has written, played and produced 4 albums and now has released his 5th album called “Simple It’s Rock “n” Roll”.
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