Turning The 50s And 60s Into Power Pop Punches – Here Comes THE BEATERSBAND With ‘VOL DUE’

9 September 2020

Band: THE BEATERSBAND
Home: Rosignano Marittimo, Toscana, Italy
Who: An Italian band formed in 2018 and
fronted by utterly cool riot grrl Donatella Guida.
They are on a mission to cover 50s and 60s classics
and give them a sonic bang-up punch dress and a
swirling vintage flavor.

Album: VOL DUE – Their Vol 2 LP
Released: 7 September 2020
Covered artists: The Shirelles, Neil Sedaka, The Beach Boys, Rita Pavone, I Ribelli,
The McCoys and The Chantells

Key line: “The first music I bought when I was nine or 10 was pop music from the
’50s and ’60s, like The Everly Bros., Elvis, Del Shannon, The Flamingos, The Platters,
whatever I could get my hands on. And then some musical things, like Camelot,
Singing in the Rain and Hair.”
Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy (90s-00s singer/songwriter)

Keywords: Hello grandma, hello grandpa / Back to the future / Mono / Dancing in
the Street / Phil Spector / Blink 182 / Green Day / 50s Symphonies / Swinging 60s /
Musica punk italiana / Start and end party tunes / Amplified melodies / Swirling
electricity / Corona virus vaccin

Ascolta qui…


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