Rodrigo y Gabriela - Mexican Musical Mavericks
This multi-platinum selling Mexican duo is one of the most popular
world music acts in the UK, attracting a devoted cult fan base that continues to grow year on year. Mixing a wide variety
of influences, from flamenco to heavy metal, this male/female twosome has created a highly unique sound.
famous busking on the streets of Dublin, eventually hitting number one in the Irish music charts and now they are set for
even more success with their fifth studio album set for release in 2014. Get your Rodrigo y Gabriela tickets at StubHub UK
and witness their highly entertaining live performance.
Rodrigo y Gabriela Biography - Busker Duo turned Superstar
Both Rodrigo Sanchez and Gabriela Quintero grew up in Mexico City, spending their young lives listening to
flamenco, jazz and rock 'n' roll with their tight-knit families. They met and bonded over a shared curiosity of heavy metal
music, an alien genre in their ingrained up-tempo music culture. The alternative pair first combined their talents in the
1990s, forming a heavy metal group named Tierra Acida (Acid Land). After moving to Ireland, they attracted the attention of
singer-songwriter Damien Rice, who asked the pair to accompany him on his tour. Their debut album Re-Foc became a roaring
success in 2003 and the band became a firm fixture on the world music circuit, famous for their diverse influences and nimble
Their eponymous third album topped the Irish charts in 2006, beating the likes of the Arctic Monkeys
to the number one spot. Now firm favourites at festivals all over the world, the duo have an extensive fan base that sprawls
from the UK to Japan and Cuba. They have a new album set for release in 2014 and continue to cement their status as one of
the most entertaining live acts in the world. Grab your Rodrigo y Gabriel tickets now at StubHub UK and see them live in a
town near you.
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