Massimo Lusardi met guitarist Hernan Romero after asking him to play a gig at his New York City restaurant. The two hit it off and Hernan refused to play the set unless Massimo would sit in on a few songs - even though they had only just met minutes earlier. A musical brotherhood was born and gigs around New York, Los Angeles, Miami and Europe quickly followed as people became drawn to their tangible chemistry when performing live. They quickly went from playing in the corner of a restaurant to performing internationally for high end brands with an undeniably passionate approach to their music.
Known as 'Gasoline Tequila' the guitar duo displays a unique style they call "Indie Flamenco Rock", tapping into the melodic rhythms of rock music and fusing it with the nostalgia of flamenco guitar.