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Enrique Bunbury

Spain’s Enrique Bunbury has become the iconic vocalist/songwriters to emerge through the 20th century rock and roll & roll period, and among the true fathers of rock and roll en español. He’s a rigorous, questioning, mercurial designer who has constantly adopted a labyrinthine musical route which has astonished — and …

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Soda Stereo

Soda Stereo system were perhaps one of the most important Argentine pop/rock and roll bands from the ’80s and early ’90s. Made being a trio in 1982, the music group was produced by guitarist/vocalist Gustavo Cerati, bass participant Zeta Bosio (blessed Héctor Bosio), and drummer Charly Alberti (blessed Carlos Ficcichia). …

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Ariel Rot

Given birth to and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Ariel Rot started using “rock and roll en español” in Spain after teaming up with vocalist Alejo Stivel, drummer Manolo Iglesias, guitarist Julián Infante, and bassist Felipe Lipe in an area clothing called Tequila. Their initial record, Matrícula de Honor, emerged …

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Rock-band from Argentina Divididos was shaped due to Sumo’s breakup following its vocalist, Luca Prodan, passed on. The Latin rock and roll act produced its debut in 1989 using the launch of 40 Dibujos Ahi En Un Piso. At the start, even though the group experienced a new identification, Sumo …

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Jaime Torres

Gifted charango performer from Argentina, Jaime Torres discovered how to enjoy this traditional instrument, in line with the Spanish vihuela, at a age, while acquiring lessons from Bolivian musician Mauro Nuñez. The musician first record, known as Virtuosismo En Charango, premiered in 1964, accompanied by 1965’s Charango and 1967’s Aplausos …

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