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Daniele Pomo



Since 2000 Daniele Pomo is the coordinator and educator of the Rock Drum Faculty of the Saint Louis Music College. It is the most important music school in Italy. He has played with many important artists like Dionne Warwick, Graham Nash, Marillion's Steve Hogarth and Steven Rothery. Also Patty Pravo, Ron, Mariella Nava, Tosca, Mietta, Paolo Vallesi, Rovescio Della Medaglia, Corona and others crossed his path.

Furthermore he's the founder and leader of the Prog Band Ranestrane. He composed two double albums with them. These were Nosferatu Il Vampiro, inspired by W. Herzog's Nosferatu and the Stanley Kubrick directed movie Shining.

In 2013 Ranestrane published A Space Odyssey Part I Monolith with the collaboration of Marillion's Steven Rothery and Steve Hogarth. Together they formed the new project Il Rovescio Della Medaglia. With them, Daniele recorded three albums. These were Il Ritorno, Microstorie and Contaminazione Live In Japan 2013. During the Japanese tour the band played the important Italian Progressive Festival in Tokio.

He recorded Mariella Nava's albums Dentro Una Rosa, L'Assaggio and the latest, Tempo Mosso (2012).

With Ippolito Nievo Foundation Daniele collaborated for I Parchi Letterari, for Titanus and Mediaste he composed music, soundtracks and main themes for many TV shows.

In 2012 he published the Drum method Power Patterns.