Rob Marcello

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Robert Marcello
Rob Marcello 2014.jpg
Robert Marcello performing at the 2014 Sweden Rock Festival
Background information
Born (1977-09-09) September 9, 1977 (age 37)
Genres Heavy metal, glam metal, hard rock, neo-classical
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Guitar
Associated acts Danger Danger Shotgun Messiah
Not to be confused with Europe former guitarist Kee Marcello.

Robert Marcello, born September 9, 1977, Sweden, is a neo-classical metal, rock and jazz/fusion guitar player who replaced Andy Timmons as the lead guitarist of the band Danger Danger in 2003.

He has also played in the bands Ironhorse, Obsession, Twenty 4 Seven, and Marcello-Vestry.[1] In late 2009 he was also a stand-in guitarist in the 1980s band House of Lords.

Rob plays Caparison Guitars and sponsors Boss Corporation, he is featured as the guitarist for many of their pedal demonstration videos.

Discography[edit]

With Iron Horse[edit]

  • Iron Horse (2001)

With Twenty 4 Seven[edit]

  • Destination Everywhere (2002)

With Danger Danger[edit]

With Marcello-Vestry[edit]

  • Marcello-Vestry (2008)

References[edit]

"Caparison guitars Rob Marcello".