Pooh (band)

Pooh (band)

Pooh is an Italian rock band formed in 1966, by 2008 it had become one of the worlds longest lasting bands.

Lineup

Current Lineup

Original Lineup

Pooh's original members were:

  • Valerio Negrini (Drums)
  • Bob Gillot (Keyboards)
  • Gilberto Faggioli (Bass Guitar)
  • Mauro Bertoli (Guitar)
  • Mario Goretti (Guitar)

Lineup Changes

In the summer of 1966, Roby Facchinetti (Keyboards) and Riccardo Fogli (Bass) replaced Gillot and Faggioli. In 1967, Mauro Bertoli left the group. In September 1968, Dodi Battaglia joined the group, when Mario Goretti left the band.

In the winter of 1971, following Valerio's departure, the band recruited Stefano D'Orazio, the drummer of the Naufraghi. The definitive line-up of the band came in 1972, when Riccardo Fogli left the group during the "Alessandra Tour" and was replaced by Red Canzian, a young progressive rock guitarist, who quickly learned to play the bass, and became an official member of the group.

Discography

Official Studio Albums

Singles

External links

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