Lorenzo is a singer, composer, writer, and arranger. He was a member of various groups, especially from 1991, where he met Donovan, being enclosed on his staff. He then headed a Queen cover band called Mantras, with which he toured Europe. His “Queen project” continued with his band The Slightly Mad. Gabanizza started a fund-raising program to help fight AIDS that was recognized by the Mercury Phoenix Trust, the organization that was founded by the will of Freddie Mercury.
In 2004, Gabanizza became a member of the Vic Elmes band Christie Again. He wrote the song “Meet me at the river” that became a success and featured in the album Christie Again all the hits and more.
In 2007, Gabanizza tried a solo career. His first album, Du bist meine welt, was not as successful as expected, under the management of Quarrymen’s producer Garrelt Danker.
In 2013, Gabanizza released an album of Queen covers, featuring his own composition Freddie Still lives, the royalties of which were donated to the Mercury Phoenix Trust.
In 2016, Gabanizza produced and recorded a self-penned album, Celtic Bridge (Italian way music), a concept album sold well both in Europe and the United States, entering the American download charts top 100. In Germany, Gabanizza was seen as a fresh pop/Celtic rock style singer and was compared to great artists as U2 or Angelo Branduardi. Gabanizza’s version of “Danny Boy” that was featured on the album gained him a place on the list of best Celtic performers in Italy. In July he appeared in front of 12,000 people at the worldwide event Celtica among others such as Vincenzo Zitello, Katia Zunino, and Celkilt.
His following album, Roses in the sky, received good reviews in Italy and entered the download charts having mentions and airplay from Italy to Texas. The album included Yvor Novello awarded Jeff Christie, Luka Gabanizza, Stefano Guidi, Beppe Peracchi, vocalist Isabel and Max Gabanizza.
In 2017, he released a single, “Feeding the Waves of War,” a protest song against Trump’s administration, which has a permanent place on the website of activist Noble prize Nominee David Swanson.
January 2018, he released a single, “Demons”, which enclose a cover of the Linkin Park song “One more light”, and donates all the royalties to the 320 change direction, founded by Chester’s Bennington widow Talinda Bennington.
SOURCE: Official Bio