El TWANGUERO, twice LatinGRAMMY winner as a producer, is considered by many as one of the best guitarists in the world.
El TWANGUERO, twice LatinGRAMMY winner as a producer, is celebrating the release of the new CD
project, "PACHUCO", (Warner Music) which is a nod to the 1930's to
1950's, with his fresh and original twist. He incorporates his
"Latin-Twang", (which includes Spanish guitar, American folk/blues,
flamenco and tango), sometimes some retro swing, jazz and rock, and his
impeccable fingerpicking style, for which he is internationally renowned. Considered by many as one of the best guitarists
in the world, TWANGUERO invites all kinds of audiences to see and hear him
perform, including guitar fans, entertainment fans, and people of all ages who
enjoy great music.
The "fire-breathing guitar hero" as he was dubbed
by the U.S. press, launched his successful solo career two years ago after
decades of accompanying Latin music giants such as Bunbury, Calamaro, El
Cigala, and others. He has achieved
major accomplishments in the last couple years: memorable albums such as his
latest, PACHUCO and ARGENTINE SONGBOOK (Warner Music), and has toured Spain,
Mexico, America from South to North and other parts of the world. EL TWANGUERO has received excellent reviews
and become an International Gibson and Bigsby artist.
In 2015 and 2016, TWANGUERO presents the PACHUCO show with
his U.S. band: rhythm, percussion, seductive melodies as well as electrifying
riffs and solos, AND the one and only touch of his golden Gibson, pioneer of
'Latin-Twang". He is also available for solo concerts.
Pachuco refers to a particular old school subculture of
Latino Americans from the 1930's - the 1950's associated with zoot suits, and
vibrant, flamboyant nightlife. Originating in Mexico, Pachuco eventually made
its way to El Paso, Texas. Hence, El Paso became known to many as "El
Chuco." Pachuco was also an
important part of the young Mexican-American culture in the 1950's.
2010 Brooklyn Session (Hall of Fame)
2013 Argentina Songbook (Warner Music Spain)
Shows are 90 minutes long:
- La Pulpera
- El dia que me quieras
- Guitarra Dimelo Tu
- Durazno Sangrando
- Naranjo en Flor
- Ojos de Videotape
- Me voy quedando
- A fuego Lento
-Argentine Rock Medley