• Leonardo Bosi - voce, chitarra
  • Arianna Poli - voce, chitarra
  • Luca Venturini - basso
  • Stefano Guarisco - batteria

The Meltin'Pot is an alternative rock music project born in the summer of 2018. Composed of four members, his sonorities are a mixture of varied influences, spiced afterwards with the classics of rock pop and mixed well in a cauldron – as suggested precisely their name. The members already have different experiences in this area. Leonardo Bosi, a 24-year-old singer-songwriter, was the founder of Connect 5, of Woolbears - with whom he participated in the Buskers Festival in 2016 - and Pretty Rubbish, who were accredited at the festival the following summer. Arianna Poli, 18-year-old singer-songwriter, has played for several years in the Duck Straw, currently she recorded her first album, "Ruggine", an intimate and enjoyable work, full of harmony between voice and acoustic guitar. Luca Venturini, promising bassist of 19 years, like Arianna was a member of the Duck Straw, now produces electronic music and his trait is full of atmosphere and suggestion. Stefano Guarisco, an eclectic 26-year-old drummer, has been on the scene for a decade now, he writes and arranges songs, has several pop / jazz ensembles and has numerous performances in jazz clubs, theaters and important festivals. Despite the different inclinations of the four, together they decide to devote themselves to a very broad genre like alternative rock, without renouncing their incisive personalities. The repertoire ranges from more classical artists such as The Bealtes and David Bowie, to more recent groups such as Arctic Monkeys, Of Monsters and Man and The Lumineers. Their goal is to recover the songs of these musicians and make them their own presenting them in a personal key, putting themselves to the test and experiencing changing sounds, changing from day to day.

  • 2016 - Accreditato
  • 2017 - Accreditato
  • 2018 - Invitato

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