Lello Panico


Lello Panico

Lello Panico Dutch guitarist, composer, songwriter and teacher. Throughout his career he has played everything from rock to jazz, from Brazilian music to fusion and funk, to happily return to the sound of blues and the language of soul music, his first and immense love, with awareness and conviction of principle according to which an electric guitar, before anything else, plays the Blues.

Concerts and collaborations: Robben Ford, Jimmy Haslip, Russel Ferrante, Tollak Ollestad, Gary Novak, Reggie Hamilton, Rick Margitza, John Patitucci, Joey Calderazzo, Luca Trolli, Dario Deidda, Enzo Pietropaoli, Danilo Rea, Massimo Urbani, Fabio Morgera, Flavio Boltro, Roberto Gatto, Umberto Fiorentino, Deitra Farr, Ptah Brown, Chicago Beau, Tony Scott, Guy Antony, Tim Fritz, Cristiano Micalizzi, Shawn Logan, Francesco Puglisi, Joseph Lepore, Maria Pia De Vito, Mina, Fausto Mesolella and many others.
Music festivals: Atina Jazz, Umbria Jazz, Alcamo Blues, Torrita Blues, Roma Jazz Image, Pompei Jazz, Liri Blues, Monteroduni Guitar Fest, Bruxelles Sounds Festival, Buenos Aires.

Songwriting: Mina – "On air", "The secret" entire album, Blue Messengers, all the original songs.

Teaching curriculum: collaborates with the monthly specialized magazine "Axe" and carries out an intense teaching activity. He is the coordinator of rock-blues guitar courses at Saint Louis College of Music and is the author of the didactic text "Full Optional Guitar" (ed. St.Louis, Carisch). Saint Louis High Gain Nights, Lab On The Road con Lello Panico, Lello Panico a LAB ON THE ROAD PRO, Lab on the Road International, Lello Panico a Lab On The Road, Saint Louis Funk Headquarters.