Three days after the last echoes of Rosalia's international tour's premiere have died down, the fair's concert venue will be graced by Roberto Iniesta. He was the leader of Extremoduro for 30 years and has since forged a path under his name. Iniesta is accompanied six musicians from Extremadura with whom he continues filling venues and sparking passions among his fans and critics.
Tomorrow, July 9, at 9:30 pm, it will take place in the context of an intense summer program organized by the Department of Culture and Education of Almeria City Council. Tickets, still available, are priced at 39 euros plus management fees, and are on sale on the websites www.robe.es and https://produccionestoro.com/almeria/.
Diego Cruz, the Almeria City Council's Councilor for Culture, stated that "we are dealing with one of the most personal, unmistakable, and identifiable artists that rock has ever had in Spain." This is a composer who started with harder sounds or more rawer sounds and has grown to symphonic music over the years, with lyrics that have helped create a school for our country.
Robe is joined by an exceptional group of musicians, who have been with him on this most personal journey since his debut album, 'Lo Que Aletea EnNuestras Cabezas.' This was followed by Destrozares and Canciones Para El Final De Los Tiempos. Alvaro Rodriguez Barroso plays piano and hammond and David Lerman plays bass (also on sax clarinet), Carlitos Gonzalez sings, Alber Fuentes plays drums and back vocals, and Woody Amores plays solo guitar. The last album and the previous tour resulted in this.
Robe, or "Los Robe" as they are known online, premiered last week the video clip for "Unintelligible", a song they have in their repertoire. They're in great form with it. They also alternate surprises with songs from Extremoduro in their concerts, which have several fixed titles.
After an overwhelming first section, which was sandwiched between two waves of pandemics, "Now is the Time" was the presentation tour for 'Mayeutica in 2021. The sign was hung wherever it went. In three months, there were 21 dates. Now, in 2022 it has been extended to nearly 40 concerts in six month.