Chasing Eve
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Chasing Eve


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Following them was hard rock group Chasing Eve, who despite playing well were absolutely not my thing. Channeling hard rock bands like Three Days Grace and Finger Eleven they seemed to be good at what they were doing. Musically they were extremely tight on stage and singer Adam Lombardi complemented them perfectly. Have a look at the photos here! - LIVE 'N LOUD MAGAZINE 2011.


Single - Feel So - July 2010



Just before hitting the stage, opening for Die Mannequin, Daniel, Adam, Andrew and Vince share a thought. "Its been a long road, and its starting to pay off."

A CD that no one has even heard of inspired Adam Lombardi and Daniel Notarianni to pick up an instrument, years before
they even met each other.

A Woodbridge On. Band called Grounded, which featured Daniel's cousin on guitar, ended up in the hands of Adam one day.
The sound of keys, guitars and vocals opened his ears. The thought of creating something himself grew strong, and it wasn't
long till he got his first guitar, and starting writing and singing his own songs.

Daniel remembers sitting in his cousins basement in grade 6, watching him pull out a Champaign Strat. and started playing
"That Song" from Big Wreck. "I thought 'that's what I need to do' I did some reno's with my dad, and made $100, went to the
mall, and bought a knock off Strat, and started to teach myself. "

Somewhere down the line, Daniel and Adam ended up writing together and eventually forming Chasing Eve with Andrew and Vince.

Hailing from the respective Canadian cities of Vaughan and Toronto, Ontario, Chasing Eve is a four-piece rock band whose members come from four very different musical backgrounds. Ever present in their adrenaline-infused club rock is the constant roaring of crunching guitars, harmonious vocals, thumping bass lines, and intense drum patterns.

Front man Adam Lombardi, whose vocals styling calls to the likes of Scott Anderson and Brandon Boyd, belts from the heart and permeates the room with passion and energy.

Daniel Notarianni, the only member from Toronto, focuses on his guitar with such magnitude that he seems to be in his own little musical world…all while absorbing the energy of the crowd in front of him.

Bassist Andrew Pimentel grooves to his beats. His enthusiasm is evident from the look of joy on his face, as he encourages the crowd to get louder and wilder. Regardless of the size of his audience, he plays as if he’s performing in front of thousands.

Finally, drummer Vincenzo Paniccia who is the groups’ newest—and youngest—member, culminates an entire life’s worth of energy into his performance…in fact, he’d probably give Animal a run for his money!

Throughout Chasing Eve’s short career, they’ve had the privilege of playing in several types of venues, from Toronto to Montreal, and have opened for acts such as Lukas Rossi, Mobile and Die Mannequin. They’ve won music festivals, been featured in the 2010 Canadian Music Week and 2009 NXNE showcases, and were the band-of-choice to kick off New Music Nights at Loki in Toronto.

With fans as far away as San Antonio, Texas, it’s hard to say where Chasing Eve will stop.