Keyboardist and Italian pianist who’s been occupied working with going to American music artists and cutting free of charge and jazz rock and roll dates because the ’60s, Franco D’Andrea’s first sessions was included with Nunzio Rotondo and Gato Barbieri. After that he documented with Franco Ambrosetti, Giorgio Azzolini, and Giovanni Tommaso, plus Gianni Basso and Enrico Rava. D’Andrea created the Modern Artwork Trio in 1968 and four years later on, used the jazz-rock group Perigeo. He caused a bunch of going to American jazz greats, including Dexter Gordon, Slide Hampton, Maximum Roach, and Lucky Thompson and it has documented with Lee Konitz, Conte Candoli, and Johnny Griffin. He became a member of Rava’s quartet in 1979, and created his very own group in 1983.