Leonardo Valvassori

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Leonardo 'Leo' Valvassori is a bassist,[1] cellist, and engineer.

Valvassori interned as a member of Ronnie Hawkins and the Hawks between 1981 and 1982. After undergoing 3 years of chemotherapy and cancer treatment,[citation needed] he went on to extend working relationships with singer Alannah Myles, Mississippi blues man Mel Brown (as an original 'Homewrecker') and many Canadian artists and American blues musicians. Since 2006, he has been working with Martha Johnson, Mark Gane and Jocelyne Lanois writing songs, recording. He collaborated on the Martha and the Muffins record Delicate (released 2010), credited with "bass, keys, guitar, percussion, 'cello, 'cello cloud, key bass, loudhailer, loops, vocals, and bowed bass".[2]

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  1. ^ "The Angry Inch brings '70s glam rock back onstage". The Spectator. April 18, 2001. p. F2. Retrieved 13 July 2011. ... for the production Dragoslav Tanaskovic on keyboards Leonardo Valvassori on bass and Shawn Kilbride on drums... 
  2. ^ "Martha & the Muffins : Delicate : Credits". Retrieved 2012-04-29. 

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