One night of great music in Malaga to enjoy with the Masters of Mestizo

Caption: Eskorzo produce music to think about Credit: Twitter

One night of great music in Malaga to enjoy with the Masters of Mestizo, legendary seven-piece Granada band Eskorzo who were formed in 1996.
Their music laid the foundations of the ‘Mestizo’ movement, fusing styles as diverse as Latin music, rock, ska, funk and African rhythms and their lyrics are often based on controversial social issues such as racism and war, themes which run through their eight albums.
They are due to appear at the Teatro Cervantes in Malaga City on Sunday October 17 with tickets costing €25.55 including booking fee.
With the pandemic, the band took the opportunity to devise, design and create a repertoire and a show to take their music to unique places.
After a hundred concerts in five countries and two continents with ‘Cannibal Alert’, the band was planning something special and different to celebrate their 25th Anniversary and not even the pandemic has changed its plans.
For this year’s ‘A Fuego Suave’ tour, the septet has been working for the last few months to deconstruct each song in its repertoire and reconceive its staging.
‘A fuego suave’ is an immersive, conceptual show with attention to detail. The result is an Eskorzo like never seen before that has captivated many.
“7 vientos’ their latest single is an emotionally very important song for the band, we wrote it when we were confined last year, at a difficult time for everyone and also for us.
“We are seven companions in the band, seven friends, seven winds that forcefully push forward this common dream that is Eskorzo” said Tony Moreno (singer) about the song.
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