BIO

Shaking Bones were formed in London in 2014 when Luca Scaggiante met Loris Peverani at Tech Music School. Initially the band was a rockabilly/swing duo drums, guit/vocals. Then the two came across Garry Tyrrell Lynch, slapping double bass player, and began gigging all over the place as a more aggressive trio. Later on they bumped into Daniele “Cannonball Danny” Rossi and started rocking with the London based upright bass player across Europe.

If rockabilly was the main ingredient, they would liberally mix it up with the aggression of punk rock, the danceable lightness of ska and rocksteady.

During 2014/15 Shaking Bones had the chance to play in the most well known venues in London such as The Jazz Club, The Troubadour, O2 Academy Islington, 12 Bar Club and many more. They played different gigs in Italy (Venice, Asiago, Rimini, Treviso ecc.), in France (Carcassonne, Toulouse) and England (Reading, Nottingham, Brighton).

Each one of Shaking Bones members come from a 10+year experience and from various influences.

Loris began his professional musical activity with national and international artists by the age of 16 and sessioned in recording studios for unnumbered acts such as Bobby Solo and Riccardo Fogli.

Luca played for many different bands from alternative rock to jazz and rockabilly and toured for 6 years all over Italy with a internationally known ska-jazz band called Ska-J  Azzurra Records supporting big international acts such as The Wailers, Skatalites, Israel Vibrations, New York Ska Jazz Ensemble, eccetera..

Garry has played for many bands Including Jake Allen  Wild Records, The Excellos  Rollin Records , Johnny & The Jailbirds  Foot tappin Records, Rhythm River Trio  Rhythm Bomb Records, Johnny Fox & The Invaders  Foot Tappin Records and Craig Shaw and the Illuminators  Rolling Records.

Daniele “Cannon Ball Danni” Rossi is a very well known slappin-double-bass player in London. Before joining the Shaking Bones, played with Ian Siegel, Rollo Markee, Gentlemen Tim and The Contenders and the Tequila Tones. Hails from Lucca, Italy.