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Annie Barbazza

Annie Barbazza
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Italy
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Annie Barbazza (born June 15, 1993) is a singer and songwriter based in Milan. After starting as a drummer, her vocal talent was discovered by Greg Lake, who brought her on board for Live at Piacenza. Since then, she has worked with many well-known musicians, including John Greaves, Osanna, Robyn Hitchcock, and many more.
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Annie Barbazza — Vive Annie Barbazza — Vive
(Dark Companion, 2020, CD / DL)
North Sea Radio Orchestra / John Greaves / Annie Barbazza — Folly Bololey - Songs from Robert Wyatt's Rock Bottom North Sea Radio Orchestra / John Greaves / Annie Barbazza — Folly Bololey - Songs from Robert Wyatt's Rock Bottom
(Dark Companion DC012, 2019, CD / DL)
John Greaves — Life Size John Greaves — Life Size
(Manticore Records no#, 2018, CD / LP / DL)
Annie Barbazza & Max Repetti — Moonchild Annie Barbazza & Max Repetti — Moonchild
(Manticore Records MAN002, 2018, CD)
Greg Lake — Live in Piacenza Greg Lake — Live in Piacenza
(Manticore Records MAN001, 2012/2017, CD / LP)

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