'Eat to the Beat' brings together Gus Gus, Nacho Vegas, The Hooten Hallers and Wasabi Cru

The Asturian Nacho Vegas, with his band, will play in this series on November 5. / C7

The Jerónimo Saavedra Hall of the Alfredo Kraus y Miller Auditorium hosts this cycle from October 21 to November 5

CANARY ISLANDS7 The Gran Canarian palms

four artists,
two international and two nationalstar in an eclectic and well-tempered sound menu with which the
series of concerts Eat to the Beat faces its sixth edition, which will be held in the capital of Gran Canaria on October 21 and 29 and November 5.

A project organized by Salan Producciones in collaboration with the Department of Culture of the Las Palmas de Gran Canaria City Council and the Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Auditorium and Theater Foundation, which this year presents as a novelty
the addition of the Miller Space stagein the Santa Catalina park, next to the
Jerónimo Saavedra room in the Alfredo Kraus Auditoriumin which two of the four Eat to the Beat concerts will take place.

Tickets and bonus

The soul and sophisticated jazz of the group from Malaga
Wasabi Cru, the energetic blues rock pulse of the americans
The Hooten Hallersthe Asturian sonorous goldsmith
Nacho Vegasand the electronic dance that the Icelandic band preaches
Gus Gusare protagonists of this cycle of concerts whose tickets are already on sale, on the website of the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium and on the portal:

The Auditorium has put up for sale a
bond for the two concerts it hosts in this cycle, Wasabi Cru on October 21, and The Hooten Halers on October 29, at
price of 30 euros.

The first of the appointments of the Eat to the Beat cycle in 2022 arrives
Friday, October 21, at 8:30 p.m.in the Jerónimo Saavedra room of the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium, with
Wasabi Cru. A singular musical proposal is that of this formation from Malaga, active since the summer of 2018, whose repertoire is an elegant fusion cocktail shaker in which the
funk, r&b, soul, neo soul or jazz.

Wasabi Cru. /


Own compositions and arrangements of classics by Nina Simone, Janis Joplin and Stevie Wonder, among others, as well as nods to Lauryn Hill or Erykah Badu are found in a repertoire that proclaims and invites to the collective party in Wasabi Cru's live shows.

The second installment of Eat to the Beat, the
saturday october 29is presented with a double program in two different spaces in the capital of Gran Canaria:
The Hooten Hallers, the explosive trio from Columbia (Missouri), who plays a kind of energetic and unclassifiable
blues rock and country punk, in the Jerónimo Saavedra room, in the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium, at 8:30 p.m.; Y
Gus Gus, Icelanders of digital heartbeat who experiment with
pop and house vocals with an elegance that places them at the top of the international electronic scene, which will turn the Espacio Miller into a dance floor that same Saturday, October 29, starting at 10:00 p.m.

The Americans The Hooten Hallers. /


The Hooten Hallers is an analog pulse, guitar, drums and saxophone trio that surfs through an amalgamation of styles such as rhythm & blues, rock'n'roll, jazz, soul and punk, which integrate
John Randall (guitar), Andy Rehm (drums) and Kellie Everett (sax).

Formed in Columbia in 2006, initially as a duo between John Randall and Andy Rehm, they began playing venues and house parties until they had their own venue.
The incorporation to the project in 2014 of saxophonist Kellie Everett resulted in the sound and attitude that put them on the road thanks to an incendiary live performance that turns each concert into an experience that is hard to forget for the public that follows their performances.

The Icelanders Gus Gus. /


From Iceland they arrive
Gus Gus, whose sound proposal leads directly to the dance floor. The appointment with these electronic snipers is at Espacio Miller, and it will be the opportunity to check the state of form of this group with 25 years of experience, whose work has transcended the boundaries of the genre.

The cycle will be the showcase to discover the latest album by those from Reykjavik,
'Mobile Home'featuring a renewed Gus Gus, with Birgir Þórarinsson and Daníel Ágúst, two of the founding members, and the voice of Margrét Rán, from the Icelandic indie pop group Vök.

The last of the dates of the sixth round of the cycle, on November 5, has as its protagonist
Nacho Vegaswhich ends in the capital of Gran Canaria with the tour
'Still worlds collapsing', title of his latest studio work. A work in which the musician from Gijón picks up momentum again to return to the road, supported by a new band that accompanies him on this tour, and that includes Ferran Resines, Hans Laguna, Joseba Irazoki, Juliane Heinemann and Manu Molina.

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