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The Bastard Sons Of Dioniso

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    Venti tornanti
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    Cambogia
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    Suite Judy Blue Eyes
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    Il falegname - Divi
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    Lasciamo stare i convenevoli
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TBSOD were born as a power trio in 2003.
In 2004 they began to perform live, with a gradually increasing appreciation: both in an hard'n'roll form and in an unplugged version.
In 2009 they accidentally arrive on television: at X-Factor they make it to the final, signed a contract with Sony Music and published L'Amor Carnale, which soon becomes a Gold Record. Also in 2009 they were awarded as the Revelation Band of the Year at the Meeting Independent Labels.
They continued to travel far and wide in Italy on tour, having also the opportunity to perform in major Italian Rock Festivals and to be the opening act of important artists such as Ben Harper, Robert Plant and Green Day. In the meantime they set up an home-studio where they work very hard for the pre-production of their new albums and also received the A.F.I. Award for the Best Independent Rock Record of 2011.
On Dec 1, 2017 the last album of unreleased songs, named Cambogia, comes out, which collects excellent reviews. From there a tour throughout Italy with many concerts, still ongoing.
2018 has been a year full of awards: after obtaining the Targa Tenco 2018 for Best Collective Album Project, Cambogia has obtained the prestigious Menzione Speciale of the Premio Lunezia 2018 for the musical value of the album.
Bastards in the name but not in the soul: TBSOD support many charitable initiatives, they are spokesmen A.D.M.O. as well as part of the Rezophonic supergroup, whose proceeds are devolved to AMREF.

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