Roberto Priori borns musically as a classical guitarist, but soon switches his passion to the electric guitar and in the early '80s he put the basis for a band that, after many changes, will be
called DANGER ZONE.
Soon ended the american dream for the band, Roberto begins working with Jody Gray, with whom he had worked on "Line of Fire", writing instrumental tunes for music libraries to be used by radio and television bradcastings. At the end of 1993 back in Italy he keeps on working remotely with Radical Entertainment. Radical Entertainment, which later will also release a CD with his songs titled "Under Control". In 1994 he begins working as a session musician and playing live together with Paolo Palmieri (drums), Oscar Bandiera (Bass) and Stefano Vascotto (guitar). From 1995 to 1999 keeps on his duties as sideman for the live bands playing for 883 and Eugenio Finardi, he puts his efforts also in many album productions. Tired of playing for others as a sideman, in June 2001 he releases his first instrumental album for the public, titled "Avoid yawed flight" and build up a recording and mastering studio, "PriStudio", which in recent years has released many succesfull rock/metal products and teamed up with artists such as Michele Luppi Vision Divine, Perfect View, Wheels of Fire and many others. In recent years he worked with various bands playing the local clab circuit, in 2007 he founded the rock band MORPHOLOGY winning big with the "Such a Shame" cover that soon becomes a huge radio hit.
The new DANGER ZONE chapter begins January 2011...