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Bobby Rondinelli

Bobby Rondinelli
Birth nameRobert Rondinelli
Born (1955-07-27) July 27, 1955 (age 63)
GenresHard rock, blues rock, heavy metal
InstrumentsDrums, percussion, guitar
Associated acts
Websitewww.twitter.com/BobbyRondinelli

Robert Rondinelli (born July 27, 1955) is a rock drummer best known for his work with the hard rock/heavy metal bands like Blue Öyster Cult, Rainbow, Quiet Riot, Black Sabbath, The Lizards, and Rondinelli. In July 2013, Rondinelli was announced as the new drummer for the Axel Rudi Pell band, replacing previous drummer Mike Terrana.[1] Rondinelli has played on subsequent albums and tours, and remains with the band at time of writing (February 2016).

Equipment

Rondinelli plays Ludwig drums, Attack drumheads, and Paiste cymbals.

Drums: Ludwig:

Rondinelli plays on a standard size Ludwig set that usually comprises a bass, snare, rack tom, and two floor toms, though he may periodically slightly alter his setup depending on the artist he is playing with and the venue.

Cymbals: Paiste:

  • Signature 10" micro hi-hat
  • 2002 17" crash
  • 2002 15" sound edge hi-hats
  • 2002 18" china
  • 2002 19" crash
  • 2002 10" splash
  • Giant Beat 24" Giant Beat ride
  • 2002 18" crash
  • 2002 18" novo china
  • Noise Works 14"/18" trash set
  • Twenty 18" thin china

Discography

[citation needed]

With Rainbow

With Quiet Riot

With Scorpions

With Axel Rudi Pell

With Black Sabbath

With Sun Red Sun

  • Sun Red Sun (1995)
  • Lost Tracks (1999)
  • Sunset (2000)

With Dali Gaggers

  • Just ad Nauseam (1998)
  • Confessions of a Spooky Kid (1998)

With Rondinelli

  • Wardance (1985)
  • Our Cross, Our Sins (2002)

With Blue Öyster Cult

With Riot

With Doro

With The Sign

  • Signs of Life (2000)

With The Lizards

  • Rule (2003)
  • They live ! (2005)
  • Cold blooded kings (2005)
  • Against all odds (2006)
  • Archeology (2008)
  • Reptilicus Maximus (2015)

With The Handful

  • Sons of Downtown (2015)

See also

References

  1. ^ F., Carl (July 15, 2013). "New Drummer Bobby Rondinelli Announced By Axel Rudi Pell". Axel Rudi Pell. Archived from the original on January 29, 2013. Retrieved 2013-07-16.

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