The Neverdogs is a story about talent, passion and technique, which began in 2000 in Florence when Tommy Paone teamed up with Marco De Gregorio: two DJs originally from Catanzaro, who had started off playing separately in the early 90s, before forming.. The Neverdogs is a story about talent, passion and technique, which began in 2000 in Florence when Tommy Paone teamed up with Marco De Gregorio: two DJs originally from Catanzaro, who had started off playing separately in the early 90s, before forming the Neverdogs. The duo immediately demonstrated their personalities and skills, setting new music trends, conquering residencies in some of the most famous Italian clubs like Tenax in Florence, Cocoricò in Rimini and Docshow in Bologna, a club where the duo regularly return. Four years later the musician Davide Ruberto joined them and the Neverdogs were ready to build a respected reputation from DJs to producers in the electronic/dance circuit. In the winter of 2005 they gained residency at the Egg in London, where they still frequently perform as guests. In the summer of the same year and the one that followed, the Neverdogs were in the spotlight of a huge audience in Ibiza, the hottest and most demanding location in the electronic world scene, where they were invited to perform in exclusive clubs such as Privilege, Space, Zoo Project and Underground. Over the years it’s been the Neverdogs’ natural talent, sexy sound and dynamics which have consecrated them as a point of reference in the underground scene, transforming them into authentic exponents in the music industry. Moreover, they proved themselves to be absolute protagonists in some of the most highly anticipated musical events in Italy and abroad, in cities like London, Miami and Punta del Este in Uruguay, allowing them to become an integral part of the most exclusive establishments around the globe, playing alongside big names such as Loco Dice, Behrouz, Dan Ghenacia, Shonky, Audiofly, Luna City Express and many more. Even the prime productions of the Neverdogs were successful, gaining respect and admiration from high calibre stars like Satoshi Tomie, Pascal Feos and Steve Lawler, appearing on some of the most important labels of that period such as Global Underground, as well as being included in important playlists; like that of Richie Hawtin, Timo Mass and Bushwacka!