On Friday night, more than 2000 people attended the Ubeda fairgrounds in Ubeda to see Robe live. Robe is one of the most fascinating musical projects of the past decade. Robe has been cooking in the kitchens in national rock for the last ten years. Fortunately, there are still those who maintain the old recipe books, even though they have updated them with newer ingredients. This is a proposal that simmers, gains substance, and evolves with each album.
Robe works and is much more fun live. His trade is well-understood and he and his team care about every detail. This makes it a great concert experience for everyone. He tries to make everyone feel at home from the beginning. It is not enough to just say it. You need to write it down on tickets, or make it public on the internet. The venue is divided by two banners at its foot: one side, the "party zone" for people who can't stand still and the other, the "quiet zone" for those who prefer to relax. The artist's website states that you should not exaggerate and you must not be static in any one or the other. This is a time when all must be explained and nuanced. A grandstand was set up in the back for anyone who didn't want to sit on Friday. All this for a fixed price and without any privileges for those who have more.
Robe, on the other hand, is determined to make sure people have the best time possible and fights against mobile phones. He doesn't mind being photographed or recorded, but because it is absurd for someone to see everything through a screen while at a concert. Let's face the truth, that is what we eat every day. Ubeda didn't make much impact on the topic, but he immediately dropped the song, inviting everyone to be present in the moment and to let go of all distractions.
Sometimes it can be frustrating to hear what you need and what you don’t have to do. It is true that if something isn't done, it can get out of control. There are people who don't have enough, but they have gigabytes (enough for a whole festival). Robe is a good example of this. He was the one who had to take the camera out of his car and leave it in the trunk after the third song in order to be allowed back into the venue.
The repertoire is another thing Palencia's artist takes very good care of. It reviews his solo stage and includes pills from Extremoduro. There are certain people who miss the best, but we have to agree with those who chose to risk their income to discover other avenues that later proved to be interesting.
The concert was divided in half by a twenty-minute break (very helpful, by the way and another matter intended for enjoyment to be taken into account). The first section was dedicated to his previous albums, Lo que aletaea En nos cabezas' (and Destrozares), as well as new songs. The second, most important part was dedicated to Mayeutica's third and final work. He performed 'Interlude' (First movement: After catharsis), 'Second move: Shit on philosophy) and ’Third movement. This served to prepare for the final section and the ecstasy of 'Fourth Movement: I am no longer the owner of all my emotions' and ‘Coda feliz’. She also gave away some Extremoduro encores, including 'Jesucristo Garcia' and 'Ama, ama, ama y ensancha el alma'. The thing came to an end with those hymns.
He was able to complete the feat with his impressive and dedicated group of musicians. It consisted of Alvaro Rodriguez Barroso playing piano, David Lerman playing bass and sax and Carlitos Perez playing violin. Albert Fuentes played drums and backing vocals. Woody Amores was on guitar, Lorenzo Gonzalez singing and Lorenzo Gonzalez guitar. Robe once said, "The best band that I've ever had"
This was the result of the artist and his team making sure that everyone had a memorable evening. They focused on what happened on and off stage. Because "Now is when" was the theme of Ubeda, they achieved general enjoyment. To make it worse, they may not have known what was going on at the bar. Beer isn't available at the same price as fuel. However, at concerts like this, and in the middle summer, it works for the body.
Cabaret Festival included the concert in its programming. However, the performance that was originally planned by Rels B, an urban artist, was cancelled after "several positives" for Covid-19 were discovered in the Mallorcan team. The FestMuve Summer Music Festival will continue this commitment to culture as a tourist attraction. It is a vital vehicle for society and an economic engine. The musical' (July 30,