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The Rinaldi Flying Circus

Rank #6 US Greensboro, NC Rock / Blues / Alternative

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  • Rob Guitar
  • Stacey Rinaldi Vocals
  • Aaron Cummings Drums
  • Mike Rinaldi Bass
  • Joe Rinaldi Guitar
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Sounds Like: The Band, Tom Waits, Nancy Sinatra, Aretha Franklin, Fleetwood Mac

Bio: The Rinaldi Flying Circus is a rock and roll band; a family band based out of Greensboro, North Carolina. The group is fronted by lead singer Stacey Rinaldi, whose sultry and jazzy style evokes a certain vintage quality that is then combined with the raw sounds of brothers Joe (Lead Guitar) Mike ... See Full Bio

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The Rinaldi Flying Circus has a show on 09/06/2014 at 09:00 PM @ The Blin... in Greensboro, NC http://www.reverbnation.com/q/51vycl #concert

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    Old Hat Released on Jun 1, 2014

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  • The Shane Alan Swaim Experience - A Journey Through Americana in Story and Song (Artist) The Shane Alan Swai...
    Hello to The Rinaldi Flying Circus and welcome to my fan family. I am listening to "Story to Tell". Fantastic classic Blues sound. Musically, Shane
  • Malcolm F Hill (Artist) Malcolm F Hill
    Just saying Hi to encourage and to wish you all the best for your music. Regards, Malcolm.
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    Hey my name is Miguel, I'm feeling the music and want to network with you. I feel like I can be a asset. Inbox me when you get a chance.
  • Sick Monkey (Artist) Sick Monkey
    Really enjoying your sound and style. Sand is a catchy song. Best wishes.
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Q: Where did you find that classic Peave tube amplifier?
A: Excellent question my good friend! A long, long time ago while I was summering in the mountains of Newark, NJ, a Tibetan monk approached me as I was eating a Taylor ham, egg and cheese sandwich (with salt, pepper, and ketchup). This man was terribly hungry and so I gave him half of my sandwich. The monk then rewarded me with a vintage Peave tube amplifier, which he pulled out from underneath his cloak. I will never forget that day. - Joe

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