Franco Mussida

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Mussida on stage with PFM, Modena 2007

Franco Mussida (born in Milan, Italy, on 21 March 1947) is an Italian guitar player, composer, and singer. He is best known as a founder and prominent member[1] of the Italian progressive rock band Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM), established in the early 1970s and still in activity. An acclaimed guitar player,[2][3] in 1984 he founded the Centro Professione Musica, a popular and jazz music academy, which is widely recognized as one the most important schools in its genre both in Italy and abroad.[4] Besides working with PFM, Mussida has collaborated with a number of other musical acts and published three solo albums.

Solo discography

Footnotes

  1. ^ PFM at Ondarock
  2. ^ Franco Mussida at Progarchives
  3. ^ PFM at Planando
  4. ^ Centro Professione Musica