The legendary Argentine rockers headlined Chicago’s Ruido Fest this past weekend; the festival drew more than 35,000 fans in its second year
MIAMI (July 14, 2016) – Legendary Argentine rockers Los Fabulosos Cadillacs made their triumphant return this past weekend. The band performed as the closing act for Ruido Fest in Chicago. Their setlist included the band’s timeless classics like “Mal Bicho”, “Matador”, and “Vasos Vacíos.” They also performed new favorites like “El Fantasma” and “La Tormenta.”
Ruido Fest was the group’s first U.S. show in 7 years. LFC lineup featured its newest members, guitarist Florián Fernandez Capello (son of lead singer Vicentico) and drummer/bassist Astor Cianciarulo (son of primary songwriter/bassist Flavio).
New release “La Salvación De Solo Y Juan” (Columbia Records) is the group’s first album of all new original songs in 17 Years.
The band’s new release, on Columbia Records, is a concept album called La Salvación de Solo y Juan. The album was produced by Héctor Castillo, known for his work with artists from Gustavo Cerati to David Bowie.
LFC are currently celebrating 30 years in a storied career that has seen collaborations from Blondie’s Debbie Harry to Celia Cruz and the Talking Heads’ Chris & Tina. Their world tour continues across Latin America throughout 2016 including a major Mexico City show at the Palacio de Los Deportes on October 19th.
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