Scudley Sessions 7: Salv
This is the seventh episode of the ‘Scudley Sessions’ hosted by Peter Renzullo. This show is dedicated to bringing you the grass roots music of Perth, Western Australia – the most isolated city in the world.
Local Perth artist Salv comes in for a chat about his music and to perform 4 songs:
1. Can’t stand me
2. Wish I was you
3. Little do I know
4. At the windsor
Salv is an emerging solo artist from Perth, Western Australia.
Salv (born Salvatore Vincent Di Criscito) is the frontman of Perth folk rock/blues band Salv’s Repossessed Ramblers. He is also a drummer who has played with Zenburger, Elsewhere Fine, Brooksy’s Shout, Free Radicals, Flagfall, Parker Avenue & Inferno. He currently plays drums for Ryan Webb & The Method, The Blue Finish & Counterfeit God.
Originally from Thornlie, Perth, he started drumming at 13 influenced by Gene Krupa, Keith Moon & John Bonham. After high school he studied music at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts for 2 years & has been playing gigs as a drummer ever since. During this time he began writing songs & formed Salv & the Troubadours in 2007 later to be changed to Salv’s Repossessed Ramblers. They have played shows at Mojo’s Bar, Norfolk Basement, Velvet Lounge, Hyde Park Hotel & Swan Lounge. The songs on the above playlist are from a 12 track demo called ‘Marmion Street to Lively Circle’. These songs exist because Salv can’t help himself. The lyrics & sounds are all true of the way one man sees the world. It’s a compulsion driven by some physical & mental need for motion & distraction. Time will reveal all…D.B ’09.
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