Eddy Palermo | Brazilian duets. Guitarist formed on jazz training; his style is rooted in the classics of jazz guitar with a completely personal evolvution. Although he has always worked as a trio or quartet leader, there's no shortage of important collaborations with jazz legends such as Chet Baker, George Coleman, Billy Smith, David Samborn, George Garzone, Tony Scott, Jim Hall, Bucky Pizzarelli, Tony Monaco, Shown Monteiro, Ann Ducros, Ray Mantylla, Lee Konitz, Joe Pass.
He has also collaborated with great Italian names such as Bruno Martino, Rosario Giuliani, Stefano Di Battista, Francesca Sortino, Niky Nicolai, Nunzio Rotondo, Enzo Scoppa, Cicci Santucci, Ric Pellegrino, Flavio Boldro, Roberto Gatto, Romano Mussolini, Massimo Urbani, Marcello Rosa and others
Always a lover of "bossa nova", in 1998 he moved a few years to Brazil where, in addition to developing his own personal style that is a fusion between bebop language, jazz harmony with Brazilian rhythms and harmonies, he also collaborated with some great characters of the brazilian music scene: Mauricio Einhorn, (Batida Diferente), José Roberto Bertrami, (Azimut)Roberto Menescal (O Barquinho), Leny Andrade, Joao Donato, Wanda Sa, Pery Ribeiro, Miucha.