Enanitos Verdes Tour 2020
Enanitos Verdes Tour 2020 – Los Enanitos Verdes (formed in 1979) meaning “Little Green Men” is an Argentinean pop and rock band, hailing from Mendoza, Argentina.
Formed in 1979 by vocalist/bass and keyboard player Marciano Cantero, guitarist Felipe Staiti, and drummer Daniel Piccolo, Los Enanitos Verdes began by playing shows around the area of Mendoza. After making the move from Mendoza to Buenos Aires in the hope of raising their exposure and playing more shows, the band enlisted the help of guitarist and vocalist Sergio Embrioni and keyboard player Tito Dávila in 1984. Los Enanitos Verdes’ debut self-titled release arrived in 1984 on the label Mordisco. The album spawned the hit single “Aún sigo Cantando”, however marked the departure of Embrioni a year later.
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The band’s follow-up, 1986’s “Contrareloj” produced by Andrés Calamaro, saw Los Enanitos Verdes cover more original ground and produce the hits “Tus Viejas Cartas”, “Cada vez que digo Adiós”, and “La muralla Verde”. Produced by Calamaro once again, the band’s third album “Habitaciones extrañas” was issued by Sony Music in 1987. A year later, Los Enanitos Verdes issued the album “Carrousel”, and began an extensive tour of South America including a show at the popular Viña del Mar Festival. Soon after the band broke up with Marciano Cantero embarking on a solo career.
In 1992 Los Enanitos Verdes returned to the scene and recorded “Igual que Ayer” issued by EMI later that year. The platinum selling “Big Bang” was released in 1994, a year before the group participated in the Billboard Latin Forum Showcase in 1995. The band subsequently released the compilation “20 Grandes Éxitos” in 1995, the candid “Guerra Gaucha” in 1996, “Planetario” in 1997, “Tracción Acústica” in 1998, and the Grammy-nominated “Néctar” in 1999. In 2000 Los Enanitos Verdes toured alongside Molotov, Aterciopelados, and Café Tacuba as a part of the 17-date Watcha Tour. The album “Solo para Fanáticos” arrived in 2001, followed by “Amores Lejanos” in 2003, the live album “En Vivo” in 2004, “Pescado Original” in 2006, “Inéditos” in 2010 and “Tic Tac” in 2013.