Saturday, October 2, 2021


Next Age Music
Sept. 27, 2021

Born in Rome, Paolo Rustichelli is an Italian composer, piano & keyboard virtuoso, singer and producer that makes his music completely by himself. Paolo call 'One Man Plug Band' he's peculiar way of work, playing each instrument by himself, creating this way a track from A to Z. He amazes audiences with his eclectic styles that make him really unique but recognizable . His peculiar synths sound cluster has become emulated by artists worldwide. Among his album projects, Paolo recorded, performed and produced for rock-jazz superstars like Carlos Santana and Miles Davis.

Son of the Italian three-time Oscar nominee, Carlo Rustichelli, Paolo started his career at age 16 simultaneously as a soundtrack composer and as a rock keyboard player with the album "Opera Prima"on RCA Records, considered by several critics a Rock Progressive masterpiece.

As a teenage prodigy, Paolo pioneered the use of the mono synth ARP 2600 and Moog in Albums and Movies, including the Italian cult film Fernando Di Leo's "Razza Violenta". This score was entirely made with both the Yamaha CS80 polysynth and with the first sampler machine of the world, the Fairlight CMI, making Paolo one of the first composers to make a soundtrack entirely with synths. Among movie aficionados, Quentin Tarantino is a fan of Paolo's music and Fernando Di Leo movies.