«Telling the story of music through its history and stories is our passion!»
Through their music, Anita Camarella and Davide Facchini transmit emotions, exploring the past and sharing fascinating stories linked to historical periods closely related to our present.
Their album “La famiglia canterina”, entirely dedicated to Italian Swing from the 1930s and ’40s, was awarded the “LadyLake Music Indie Awards” as the Best Album of the year in the U.S.A.
Referring to their work:
«When authenticity is the combination of centralized talent and precise historical knowledge, then we are facing a new artistic project, alternative to the conformism of the present and detached from the roots from which it took life.»
(from 8th of May-wild cats walk longer)
Invited by the Italian Institute of Culture in Tunis, Anita Camarella and Davide Facchini were called to testify to this Italian historical-cultural heritage for a tour that took place in the major Universities of Tunisia.
Their most recent artistic project focuses on the historical links between Irish and American musical traditions. To this historical contribution is associated a work based on original compositions.
«The freshness and unbridled creativity of the music produced by artists like Anita Camarella and Davide Facchini are giving life to a renaissance of song and sound. There is no better demonstration of this than their latest album, “Our House – The Nashville session at Cinderella Sound Studio”.
Wonderful writing, stellar musicality, magical voices, pristine production, and impossible to classify with old genre classifications»
(TrueFire.com – Florida, USA)
Their music has been broadcasted by radios in more than twenty countries around the world.
Some of their albums boast the participation of great exponents of Italian music, such as Franco Cerri, a famous jazz guitarist, and Raf Montrasio, guitarist of the legendary Renato Carosone sextet in the 1950s, with whom the two artists collaborated for several years.
Anita Camarella and Davide Facchini have brought their music to prestigious festivals and events in Italy, Europe, the United States, and Russia, playing in some of the most prestigious places (such as the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville) and alongside the biggest names in the current international music and guitar scene (Tommy Emmanuel, Paul Franklin, Stephen Bennett, Muriel Anderson, Thom Bresh, Frank Vignola, Carl Verheyen, Beppe Gambetta, Monte Montgomery, Greg Koch, Jim Nichols, Buster B. Jones, and many others).