Brit Floyd - The Pink Floyd Tribute Show - Discovery Tour 2014
Brit Floyd - The Pink Floyd Tribute Show - The World's Greatest Pink Floyd Show
Brit Floyd - The Pink Floyd Tribute Show - Discovery Tour 2014

Edo Scordo

Guitar, vocals

Brit Floyd - Edo Scordo

Where and when were you born?

I was born in Milan, in 1984

When did you start to play?

Quite late… At the age of 16

Tell us about some of your previous projects.

OK I’ll try to be really quick… :

I was previously singer and guitarist for Brit Floyd's sister show, The Classic Rock Show. Before that I was with the Italian Pink Floyd tribute band “Euphonia”, and I work with Federico Cammarata and the "Pianeta Zero” band as well.

I started to work as session musician at the age of 25, with Serena Antonelli, for who I recorded all the lead guitars in her album RESET, and played live for the Relative Italian tour.

I have been lead singer and guitarist for another Pink Floyd tribute project, "Division Bell”.

Another very interesting project which I was involved in was the “Quattroetreotto” band, one of the funniest band I’ve ever had; a great project leaded by an amazing crooner, Paolo Bianca (Notre Dame De Paris, "La Divina Commedia”: L’opera, Domenica In ).

Actually I’m the director of the Lizard Music School of Pisa.

Who are your influences?

Pink Floyd, and of course David Gilmour, Jimi Hendrix, Porcupine Tree, Dream Theater, Dire Straits, Robben Ford, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Johnson, Brett Garsed, Guthrie Govan, The Eagles, Yes, The Beatles, Jeff Beck, Derek Trucks, John Mayer, Oasis, Coldplay, Muse…

and a lot of others… the list would be too long.. :-)

If you had to take one album to your desert island, what would it be?

Pink Floyd - Animals

What gear do you tour with?

  • Fender and Gibson Guitars
  • Fractal Audio System Axe Fx II
  • Fractal Audio System MFC 101
  • Matrix GT100FX power Amp
  • Dragoon Cabs
  • Costalab Pedals

and a lot of other stuff.. !!

One obscure interesting fact about yourself.

One day … I’ll be a Doctor!!