The Bisonti born as a support band of the singer Bruno Castiglia (from Milan), originally from a team of musicians working for the City label as a session's man under the direction of maestro Paolo Gatti; in the first recordings the name of the complex appears under the name Bruno Castiglia & i Delfini, and it is the guitarist Luigi Biagioni who suggests the change of the name in Bisonti [1], in some records reported as Bruno Castiglia and Bisonti and I Bisonti di Bruno Castiglia . In 1965 the original formation is composed of Bruno Castiglia (voice and song), Gianni Calabria (drums), Ennio Castiglia (bass), Angelo Milani (keyboards), Luigi Biagioni (guitar). The latter three took part in the construction of the first two 45 laps and then left the group. Two new elements entered Paul Cocchi (bass) and later Fulvio Carotti (left-handed guitarist who gives a new sound to the repertoire). The Bisonti complex affects the vast majority of songs for the record company City; the production is contained in three Long Playng albums published between 1968 and 1996 entitled: Our successes, I Bisonti and La Carica dei Bisonti which will be reviewed and produced by the Duck Record in Milan in the years to come. In 1969 Pino Matteucci replaces Fulvio Carotti for a humanitarian mission in Africa. Carotti himself will abandon training after a short time and will be replaced in 1971 by Peppo Gellera. In 1969, at the Piper in Milan, the band appears among the ten most prestigious names of the Italian Beat (Dik Dik, Camaleonti, I Giganti, New Dada) who perform in a daily kermesse without interruptions: the Beat Marathon - Carnival of 1969 to Piper of Milan. In 1970 the Bisonti complex participates in the transmission Un Disco for the summer with the song Oh simpatia. After participating in the event, Paul Pasolini also left the group to be consecrated on April 24, 1990, priest, taking the ecclesiastical name of Don Paolo. It will be replaced at the keyboard by Ciro Dammicco. Bassist Paul Cocchi left the group net 1972 and left for France. On that occasion it will be replaced by Gianni Minuti Muffolini on a proposal from his friend Gellera. The four without the Castiglia and that is the drummer Gianni Calabria, the guitarist Peppo Gellera, the bassist / guitarist Gianni Minuti and Ciro Dammicco will later found the Green Zone group, then integrally merged into the new band Daniel Sentacruz Ensemble. The Bisonti ensemble returns to the stage in 1985 in the wake of the sixties revival: with the post-1971 training, Bruno Castiglia, Gianni Calabria, Peppo Gellera and participated in the broadcast 20 years later, directed and conducted on Italia 1 by Red Ronnie. The same performance will be aired in the Red Ronnie program. After a period of inactivity the band resumed playing in 1988, with Castiglia and Calabria, original members, along with Peppo Gellera on guitars, keyboards and Renato Groppi on bass (the latter became a member of the band thanks to Antonello La Porta with whom he had already collaborated musically); this last line-up in 1996 recorded the album La Carica dei Bisonti, album containing the new recordings of the old hits with new songs such as Va bene cosÏ (Italian version of Free All Right Now). On March 31st, 2000, you are invited to transmit Your Facts conducted by Massimo Giletti for the meeting with an old member of the band, the first keyboardist of the group that had taken the vows in 1970, the aforementioned Paolo Pasolini. In 2008, after a period of absence, he was part of the Gianni Minuti group, already a member from 1971 to 1973, on guitars and piano. Within their production, particular success had some songs that can be considered exceptions with respect to the usual repertoire, such as Cruel (which appears in the compilation 60's Beat Italian Vol. 1), side B of the 45 laps Sun Eyes, from rhythmic well supported, But if I think about it and the Lucille cover brought to success by Little Richard. In 2016 he joined Bertaggia Marco on guitar. In 2017 he adds to the group Alex Carminati as a singer and chorist keyboard player, with whom the group records the single Mi miss you. Italian Way Music publishing