The return of a band from the 90s, the international version of a local punk classic and the figures that add up to the Latin Grammys

Despite the doubts and doomsday predictions about the transfer of dollars abroad, the 2022 show billboard has suffered practically no damage and little by little a growing offer is opening for 2023. In March of next year reach the Black Crowes to Argentina with a celebratory recital. Better late than never. As the band could not celebrate as it should the 30th anniversary of their album Shake Your Money Maker (1990), now does so with a world tour. At this moment the group is in Japan, because on Saturday they will offer a concert in Tokyo. Weeks later it will tour several cities in Australia. And from March he will give concerts in South America. Chile, Brazil and Argentina, where he will land for the recital of the 16, at Luna Park. Tickets for that show are already on sale at TicketPortal.

The proposal of the group led by Chris and Rich Robinson is that their fans listen to the album Shake Your Money Maker complete, along with other classics of his own. Driven by songs like “Jealous Again”, “Twice As Hard”, “She Talks To Angels” and the innovative version of “Hard To Handle” by Otis Redding, the band positioned itself in a privileged place, during the nineties, in the world of rock The Black Crowes released eight studio albums and four live albums, selling tens of millions of copies throughout their history. They filled stadiums all over the world. They had legendary guitarist Jimmy Page share a couple of concerts with them that turned into a live album. They were kicked off a tour with ZZ Top for insulting the sponsor. They had problems with their record labels and there were fights between the musicians themselves. They parted ways several times, made friends, and once again returned to the road.

Every visit of Die Toten Hosen It is a party for Argentine fans. And the German band, led by Campino, always leaves something to remember. This time it was his participation in a vernacular punk rock classic, “You are no longer the same”. During their last concert at the Obras Stadium, on October 10, they said: “Recently a legendary band from Argentina invited us to re-record one of their most important songs. And we are very happy that their singer is here today to sing that song, ”explained the guitarist. Michael Breitkopf to welcome Walter “Mosca” Velázquez, singer of 2 minutes, who joined “Los Hosen” to make a version of the song. That recording in the studio had a third unexpected element: the participation of Thunderwhich with the rhymes he contributed gave the song a touch of extended version.

The organizers of the Latin Grammy continue announcing figures that will participate in the 23rd. annual awards ceremony. Jorge Drexler, who will sing with Elvis Costello, Christina Aguilera, Camilo, John Legend and Mariachi Sol de México are the new musicians who join the artistic grid of the gala, which will take place on Thursday, November 17 at the Michelob Ultra Arena, in Mandalay Bay. There will also be Ángela Aguilar, Marc Anthony, Banda los Recoditos, Carin León, Nicky Jam, Sin Bandera, Rauw Alejandro, Sebastián Yatra, Jesse & Joy, Chiquis and Marco Antonio Solís. On the other hand, Thalia, Luis Fonsi, Anitta Y Laura Pausino They will be the stars of the song in charge of conducting this next installment.

For this edition, the most nominated musician is Bad Bunny (he participates in ten categories for his album a summer without you), Following Edgar Barrera, Rauw Alejandro, Christina Aguilera Y Rosalia. a summer without youBunny’s , garnered mentions in the Recording and Album of the Year categories, as well as Best Urban Song and Best Urban Fusion/Performance for its ubiquitous nightclub anthem, “Tití Me Asked.” She’s also up for best reggaeton performance and best urban song with “Lo Sorry BB: /,” her collaboration with Tainy and Julieta Venegas. The reggaeton player, who has previously been awarded four Latin Grammys, did not get a nomination in the category of song of the year, an award for composers, although he will compete for the award for best urban music album for and recording of the year for his success “Ojitos Lindos”, with the Colombians of Bomba Estéreo.

Elvis Costello, one of the special guests at the next Latin Grammy Awards

Although it was not installed in every home (like the guitar or, already in this century, the ukulele) that ten-string invention that condensed the morphology of the guitar and the bass survived the fashions of its time. The stick Invented at the end of the sixties, by the Californian Emmett Chapman, it had professional musicians who adopted it for their stages. There were even projects by virtuoso artists, such as the Stick Men, who returns to Buenos Aires. Made up of great session players, the trio will arrive on November 26 at Ciudad Cultural Konex, Sarmiento 3131, as part of their tour tentacle pt 2, which will have several stops in South America. The group is made up of Tony Levin (stick), Markus Reuter (touch guitar) and by Pat Mastelotto (drums).

The three musicians are related to the famous guitarist Robert Fripp. Reuter for being his disciple and having integrated the Guitar Craft; Levin and Mastelotto for having been part of the legendary band King Crimson. Stick Men is currently touring various cities in the United States, and will offer two shows in Mexico and others in Chile, Buenos Aires, Montevideo and Cochabamba, Bolivia.


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The return of a band from the 90s, the international version of a local punk classic and the figures that add up to the Latin Grammys