We play our own original songs (pop-rock) plus a few covers. We get our inspiration from artists like the Rolling Stones, Beatles, Who, Red Hot Chili Peppers, U2, Coldplay, Oasis,...
We have a show of about 1h30 minutes (also divisible in 2 sets of 45 minutes with a little break in-between).
We play sets from 45 minutes (usually 1 or 2 sets for about 1h30 minutes of live music).
Acoustic, semi-acoustic or electric, depending from the occasion. We play with 3 guitars, 3-4 voices, a bass and drums/percussion up to complete lineup with keyboards.
Un concerto standard dura 1h e 30 minuti. Suoniamo set da 45 minuti (normalmente 1-3 sets con o senza pausa, fino ad un totale di circa 2h 30 minuti di musica live).
Il nostro spettacolo comprende i nostri brani e una serie di cover di artisti come Rolling Stones, Elvis Presley, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Steve Ray Vaughan e molti altri.
A standard show is about 1h 30 minutes of music. We play sets from 45 minutes (usually 1-3 sets, up to 2h 30 minutes of live music with or without pauses).
We mix our own original songs with a few covers of artists like The Rolling Stones, Elvis Presley, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Steve Ray Vaughan and many more.
Founded in 2000 is composed by Roberto Pellegrini (vocals and guitar), Martino Piccioli (vocals, guitar and keyboards), Filippo (bass) and Stefano Marinucci (drums).
The band’s sound is between brit pop and classic rock.
In 2008, The Guinnass begin to collaborate with the producer Antonio Chindamo.
In 2014 the band releases the album called ‘Stereophonic’ (Auditoria Records). The single ‘Walk On To Be Free’, mixed by Marco Barusso (30 seconds to mars, Coldplay, Ramazzotti,….) reached the 2nd place on the Rete Tre Top 10 Chart (9 weeks).
On September 4, 2015 the single ‘Blackjack’ becomes the official theme track for the TV-format “Black Jack” broadcasted by the Swiss national radio ‘Rete 3’ and the Swiss national TV.
By the end of 2015 The Guinnass signed a publishing agreement with CDF Records.
In September 2016 the band had the pleasure to open for Francesco Gabbani, who would then win the Festival della canzone italiana in San Remo.