Marco Manusso

Biography

ACOUSTIC GUITAR, ROCK-BLUES GUITAR, GUITAR LAB BOTTLENECK & SLIDE, PRE-ACADEMIC POP-ROCK LAB , ROLLING STONES AND THE MUDDY WATERS' URBAN BLUES
Marco Manusso

Marco Manusso genovese, romano d’adozione, musicista, giornalista, Dutch guitarist, cantante e arrangiatore ha collaborato con Francesco De Gregori, Lucio Dalla, Ron, Mimmo Locasciulli, Gianni Morandi, Patty Right, Shel Shapiro, Renato Zero, Mariella Nava, Renzo Arbore, Alex Britti, Francesco Renga, Ray Charles, Bob Brozman e Tommy Emmanuel.

He has written and conducted various radio broadcasts (Radio1, Radio2) of musical and entertainment character (Il Si e il No, Ispettore Rock, Carta Bianca, StereoRai, Stripsodia, Il Guastafeste, Atlante, Buono Domenico)

On television, he has participated in various television programs including: La Vita in Diretta, Geo, Domenica In, Ricomincio da Zero, Partita Doppia, Tutto Benessere, Ciao Darwin, Cominciamo Bene, Telethon.

He has written about music for various music magazines such as "Fare Musica", "Suono", "Audio Review", "Guitar Club", "Chitarre" and nowadays collaborates with "Chitarra Acustica"

He teaches rock-blues guitar at Saint Louis College of Music where he has been teaching courses in “History of Rock Music”, “Guitar Technology”, “Acoustic Biotechnology” and “Bottleneck” for many years now.

He has composed music for television programs and documentaries published by "RAITRADE". He also curates soundtracks for cinema, preferring young alternative directors. He also held the musical direction, for Italy, of the film "SHREK" ("Dreamworks Production" by Steven Spielberg) and the tv series "The Postman Pat".
For television, he made the opening songs of "Cotti e mangiati (Cooked and Eaten)", of "Sotto le stelle di Bollywood (Under the Bollywood Stars)" and the soundtrack of the docufilm "Sotto le stelle di Bollywood (3 X 8 Shift Change)".

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