The band led by Piti Fernández returns to Neuquén this Sunday, December 5 to take the stage of Mood Live with two shows that will be unforgettable. The first of the presentations of The pills of the grandpa It is scheduled for 6:00 p.m., with the last tickets available for sale, the second and last presentation will be at 9:00 p.m.
Tickets are on sale at the Mood Live box office, Minister González 40 of the city of Neuquén.
The origin of the band takes place with the turn of the millennium at the Mariano Acosta school in the Balvanera neighborhood of the City of Buenos Aires.
In 2002 they adopted the name Las Pastillas del Abuelo and performed some concerts in a place called La Colorada. During the period 2002-2003 the first two demos were recorded and they began to play more continuously in various venues and cultural centers.
At the beginning of 2004 the current line-up of the band was formed: Juan Piti Fernández on voice and harmonicas, Alejandro Mondelo on keyboards and backing vocals, Juan Comas on drums, Fernando Vecchio on guitars, Santiago Bogisich on bass, Joel Barbeito on saxophone and backing vocals, Diego Bochi Bozzalla on guitar and backing vocals. During that year they continue to perform live regularly.
During the summer of 2005 they made a fruitful first tour in the seaside resort of Villa Gessell. A few months later they enter the studio to record their first album entitled Por Colectora.
They also participate and win the El Bombardeo del Demo contest of the Day Tripper program broadcast by FM Rock & Pop whose prize is to play at the Pepsi Music festival in the legendary Obras stadium.
The summer of 2006 takes them to tour the Atlantic coast and participate in the Gessell rock festival. In March of that year, and consistent with the growth in number, they performed two sold-out concerts at El Teatro de Colegiales. In the winter they repeated a double date but at El Teatro de Flores. During this year the band began to tour through different locations in Greater Buenos Aires and the interior of the country. They enter the studio and record their second album and close the year with three sold-out performances again at El Teatro de Colegiales.
During 2007 they continued to perform live regularly touring the interior of the country and during the month of July they performed seven concerts at El Teatro de Flores with sold-out seats.
On April 11, 2008, their first concert at the Luna Park Stadium arrived and sold out in advance. From then on, Las Pastillas del Abuelo continued to perform live throughout the provinces of Argentina, increasing their capacity to call. On April 16, 2016 they performed a concert at the Club Ferrocarril Oeste Stadium where the 25,000 available seats sold out.
They have toured various countries such as Uruguay, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, Mexico, Cuba, Brazil, they have recorded 5 Studio albums: Por Colectora (2005), Las Pastillas del Abuelo (2006), Crisis (2008), Desafíos (2011) , Paradoxes (2015); 4 live discs: Versiones (2010) recorded live during the program What Is broadcast by FM Rock & Pop, La Kermesse (2012) recorded live during the concert at the Club Hípico de Buenos Aires, 10 Years (2013) recorded in Live during a concert at Luna Park and Vivo de Pastillas Locura y Realidad (2017), the band’s first cd-dvd recorded live during concerts at the Estadio de Ferrocarril Oeste, Luna Park and Direct TV Arena.
The album El Barrio en sus Puños (2014) is a rock opera inspired by the life of the legendary boxer Oscar Ringo Bonavena and was taken to the stage in the Blind Theater mode.
With around 16 years of experience, the band continues on its way, facing in the near future its first tour of Spain and the gestation of its next studio work.
Juanse also takes the stage of Mood Live
Juanse is also preparing to make the Valletta public jump this coming Monday, December 6 from 9:00 p.m. on the Mood Live stage. Tickets, as in all the shows in the room, can be purchased at the box office located at Ministro González 40, or by entering the ticketera website fivepro.tuentrada.com.
Rock is back and you can’t stay out.