Bio

Pomo2Since 2000 he’s Coordinator and Educator of Rock Drum Faculty of the SAINT LOUIS MUSIC COLLEGE, the most important music school in Italy.

He played with many important artists like: STEVE HACKETT and ANTHONY PHILLIPS (GENESIS) DIONNE WARVICK, GRAHAM NASH (CROSBY, STILLS, NASH AND YOUNG), STEVE HOGARTH AND STEVEN ROTHERY (MARILLION) DAVID JACKSON (VAN DER GRAFF GENERATOR) BILLY SHERWOOD (YES), PATTY PRAVO, RON, MARIELLA NAVA, TOSCA, MIETTA, PAOLO VALLESI, ROVESCIO DELLA MEDAGLIA, CORONA,  and he’s member  and founder (drummer and lead vocal) of the Prog Band RANESTRANE …

He’s an endorser of SONOR drums and percussions (GERMANY), MEINL cymbals and percussions (GERMANY), VATER drumsticks and accessories (USA), EVANS drumheads (USA).

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Studio And Recording

Daniele Pomo is available for productions and single recordings in many different musical styles in his own professional studio with professional equipment.

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Projects

Daniele Pomo plays in various bands.

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Gear

All details about Deniele Pomo’s Gear available in this page.

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Didactics and Lessons

Daniele Pomo teaches privately in his own professional Studio “La Genesi” using his method “Power Pattern” and the most fundamental books of the American tradition.
The duration of the lesson is about one hour and covers:

Coordination and physical approach
Rudiments and rudiments application
Styles (Rock,Pop,Metal,Funk,Swing,Blues,Brazilian,Afro-Cuban)
Minus one practicing (on original tracks)

It will be possible record your performance professionally

Clinic

Daniele Pomo will be hosting master classes and clinics in music schools and drumshops about “Power Pattern” book and his application on every styles as Rock, Metal, Blues, Rhythm and Blues, Funk, Jazz, Brasilian and Afrocuban music. In every style he’ll demonstrates the correct interpretation of the song, the importance of correct tuning, the right approach and feeling for every style. Besides he’ll cover many related technique and reading concepts. The same clinic could be extended on demand with a bass player giving the opportunity to drums a and bass students to learn more about grooves between these two important ‘rhythm section’ instruments