According to JAZZIT magazine, Manrico Seghi is one of the best Italian
jazz organist; his style is characterized by a solid bass lines and a fluid
phrasing that mixes a soul-full sound with a deep knowledge of bebop
tradition.
 
Born in Fucecchio (Florence) in 1980, he started to play piano at the age
of four, starting soon to perform with some of the best jazz musicians in
Florence.
 
He got soon fascinated by the sound of the Hammond organ, which led
him to discover all the great masters of this instrument: Jimmy Smith,
Joey DeFrancesco, Jimmy McGriff, Brother Jack McDuff, Richard
Groove Holmes, Shirley Scott, Don Patterson, Pat Bianchi, Larry
Goldings.
 
He had the chance to attend several masterclasses with the great Joey
DeFrancesco, from whom he received many advices and words of
appreciation.
 
Then he mastered his knowledge of the instrument with the American
organist Pat Bianchi, currently considered one of the most important
organists in the world, who will always be a source of huge inspiration.
 
Over the years he has performed with some of the most well-known
musicians on the International Jazz scene, such as Ed Cherry, Scott
Hamilton, Joe Magnarelli, Rachel Gould, Byron Landham, Flavio Boltro,
Fabrizio Bosso, Emanuele Cisi, Nico Gori, Dario Cecchini, Fabrizio
Morganti, Carlo Atti, Massimo Manzi, and many others.
 
In 2017 he gives birth to the "Manrico Seghi Trio" with the participation
of Byron Wookie Landham, drummer from Philadelphia, now become a
dear friend and mentor.
 
Landham, considered one of the best jazz drummers of his generation,
has performed with some of the most famous musicians in the history of
jazz: George Benson, Pat Martino, Jimmy Smith, Joey DeFrancesco,
George Coleman, Betty Carter, Bobby Hutcherson and many others.
The trio is completed with the young guitarist Davide Palladin (Jimmy
Cobb, Scott Hamilton and Marc Habrams) .
 
In 2019 Manrico released his first album as leader “Food House”, which
is already getting many good reviews and positive feedbacks.