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Rinaldi Sings

Rinaldi Sings

Rinaldi Sings


Rinaldi Sings is the new group fronted by singer and songwriter Steve Rinaldi. Formerly a member of cult indie mod band The Moment, Steve Rinaldi continued to work with The Moment’s guitarist Adrian Holder in a succession of bands, eventually writing 50 per cent of the material and briefly taking over as the band’s vocalist before leaving to focus on Rinaldi Sings, his first solo project. The first Rinaldi Sings single was released on May 10, 2004. Read more on Last.fm
Rinaldi Sings is the new group fronted by singer and songwriter Steve Rinaldi. Formerly a member of cult indie mod band The Moment, Steve Rinaldi continued to work with The Moment’s guitarist Adrian Holder in a succession of bands, eventually writing 50 per cent of the material and briefly taking over as the band’s vocalist before leaving to focus on Rinaldi Sings, his first solo project. The first Rinaldi Sings single was released on May 10, 2004. A cover version of Tony Christie’s ‘Avenues And Alleyways’, theme tune to Seventies cult TV show ‘The Protectors’, the single and its flipside "Lucky Day" both received much airplay and critical atttention Released on February 21, 2005, the debut album was titled ‘What’s It All About?’, a nod to the Michael Caine influences that dominated the recording sessions. Famed music journalist and author Paolo Hewitt described the album as “melodic and beautifully constructed – compulsive stuff”, while Record Collector believed it to be “an adventurous debut album”.

Thanks to one American music journalist who got an advance copy of the album, ‘What’s It All About?’ also featured in the Best Albums Of 2004 category in the Village Voice newspaper's famous annual rock critics poll – despite not actually being released until 2005. A multi-instrumentalist, Steve Rinaldi has also worked as a session trombonist, playing on albums by The Jetset and Mark Joseph. He also played trombone and sang on the recording of the Mod Aid 20 charity record ‘Whatcha Gonna Do About It’, alongside such luminaries as Ron Wood, PP Arnold, Ocean Colour Scene’s Steve Craddock, Reg Presley and Chris Farlowe. He also currently makes occasional guest appearances with The Affair. The second Rinaldi Sings album "Bingo" will be released in June 2008.

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