Luis Salinas, Dante Spinetta, Bersuit and Eruca, the weekend shows

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The musicians will perform, via streaming, between October 9 and 12. For every taste.

Streaming shows seem to be here to stay. At least, it is the best way that many artists found to continue working and in contact with their public. This weekend there are several who offer their music in this format.

Dante Spinetta will perform this Friday, October 9, live from the Movistar Arena and with his band, composed of Rama Molina (guitar), Matías Méndez (bass), Axel Introini (keyboards), Pablo Gonzalez (drums) and Carlos Salas ( percussion) will review his solo career.

In March, the musician gathered his group in a sushi bar to play some songs from his solo repertoire and from there came Niguiri Sessions, the first record of his songs live. The material will also be part of the streaming. Tickets can be purchased for Livepass.

On Saturday, October 10 from 22, you can see the Bersuit. The group returns to the stage via streaming through suenaenvivo.com.ar to celebrate 20 years of Children of the Ass.

Produced by Gustavo Santaolalla, Children of the Ass It is his fifth studio album released in 2000, which reached the double Platinum award, reaching two hundred thousand copies sold.

In addition, for some it is considered the best album of the band, with songs like Sidereal disconnection, The old man above, I touch and go, Negra Murguera, The bag, Poison of humanity, among others.

Tickets for the Bersuit streaming can be purchased at www.ticketflash.com.ar

Another of the artists that will be presented this weekend is the guitarist Luis Salinas. At the request of the public, the first concert via streaming provided by the musician is reissued from Argentina to the world.

Salinas will be accompanied by his son Juan and Alejandro Tula as guest musicians, in a review of his greatest successes.

Considered one of the great references of Argentine music today for many of his most prestigious colleagues in the world, Salinas stood out as a guitarist from an early age.

A self-taught musician, he did not study in any conservatory, one of his most striking characteristics is his gift as a born improviser with an original interpretive capacity, covering different genres and styles.

The Luis Salinas show can be seen on Sunday, October 11, at 3 p.m. Argentine time. Tickets are purchased through ticketek.com.ar and will be available for 24 hours.

Eruca Sativa is another of the groups that will offer streaming shows this weekend, starting at 19, Argentina time.

The band received the 2020 Gardel Award in the category Best Rock Group Album for We will be spring. And they are nominated for three Latin Grammys.

Its members, Lula Bertoldi, Brenda Martin and Gabriel Pedernera meet again live, on two dates: October 10 and 11, in a very special and intimate context through the Nube Cultural platform.

Both shows, in which songs from his six albums will be played, will be different from each other and the public will be able to interact live with the musicians, even choosing part of the repertoire.

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