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Danilo Gallo is a bassit, composer and music producer. He plays doublebass, acoustic bass guitar, bass balalaikas, 12 strings bass. Gallo was born in Foggia Italy and lives in Padova. He plays in many bands, among them Gallo & The Roosters (leader), Mickey Finn + Cuong Vu, Rollerball, Francesco Bearzatti Tinissima, Dolphiana, The Crypt, Unscientific Italians, El Gallo Rojo Double Quartet, Zeno de Rossi Shtik, Geegallominetto, Jessica Lurie Ensembles, Laser Pigs, Osmiza, Orchestra Vertical, Guano Pasano, Enzo Favata “The New Village” feat. Tenores di Bitti, Sparkle and many others.

Danilo Gallo collaborated with some of the best known musician from Italy and abroad like Benny Golson, Bob Mintzer, Paul Jeffrey, Chris Speed, Kelvin Sholar, DIck Halligan, GIanluigi Trovesi, Paaolo Birro, Kyle Gregory, Robert Bonisolo, Fabrizio Bosso, Gianluca Petrella, Marcello Tonolo, David Boato, Ettore Martin, Massimo Chiarellaa, Renato Chicco, Gianni Lenoci, Romano Mussolini, Renato Daiello, Antonio Ciacca, Davide Santorsola, Jean Paul Lochet, Rosemarie Navach, Felice Mezzina, Mariella Carbonara, Judith Hamza and others. He has been playing also with Bobby Durham, Shawnn Montero, Massimi Faraò, Ellade Bandini, Luigi Bonafede, Christian Meyer, Pietro Tonolo. He is collaborating with the “Thelonious Monk Big Band” directed by Marcello Tonolo...

Danilo Gallo is the founder and owner of an Indie label, El Gallo Rojo Records.


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Album Hide Show Yourself! by Danilo Gallo

Hide Show Yourself!

Edizioni Parco Della Musica
2020

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Album Momento by Dave Milligan

Momento

Self Produced
2020

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Album Collera City

Collera City

Aut Records
2020

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Album Leonard Bernstein Tribute by Gabriele Coen

Leonard Bernstein...

Parco Della Musica
2019

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Walkabout - Songlines

Jazz World & Chet Baker
2011

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