Leo Nocentelli

born on 15/6/1946 in New Orleans, LA, United States

Leo Nocentelli

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Leo Nocentelli (born 15 June 1946) in New Orleans, Louisiana is one of the founding members of the New Orleans funk band, The Meters. He has been credited for popular funk songs such as "Cissy Strut", "People Say" and "Hey Pocky Way". He often plays a hollowbody Gibson such as ES-335 or a Fender Starcaster.


  • The Meters Discography
  • Nocentelli: Live in San Francisco (1997) DJM Records
  • DVD - The secrets of Funk: using it & fusing it! Learn To Play Funk Guitar (Rock House Method)
  • Rhythm & Rhymes Part 1 (2009) TLB Records (w/ Dr. John)
  • Kip Hanrahan's Tenderness (1990) American Clave


External links

  • interview with Leo Nocentelli (2002)
  • Leo Nocentelli official site
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