Los Fabulosos Cadillacs Overview
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs is a Latin-American rock rock and roll and pop band from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Formed in 1985, they released their first album, Bares y Fondas (Bars and Boardinghouses) in 1986. Since then they have released fourteen more albums.
They are one of the most influential and most-referenced rock band of the Latin rock world.
The band's sound is a mix of rock, ska, jazz, folk folk music , reggae, funk and big band. The lineup has changed throughout the years, but the core members have always been the co-founders: singer Gabriel Fernandez Capello (known as Vicentico) and bassist Flavio Cianciarulo (known as Sr. Flavio). Vicentico and Sr. Flavio have done the majority of the songwriting and lyrics as well. Saxist Sergio Rotman, Drummer Fernando Ricciardi and keyboardist Mario Siperman have also been featured in all lineups of the band.
The band, which collaborated with some music stars such as Mick Jones Mick Jones (The Clash) , Debbie Harry, Celia Cruz, Rubén Blades and Fishbone, received the MTV Latino Video Music Award MTV Video Music Award in 1994 for the single "El Matador", in what probably was the peak of po***rity of the band. The song made an appearance on the soundtracks for the movies Grosse Pointe Blank and The Matador. On September 29 of that year they produced an MTV Unplugged concert. The Cadillacs also won the 1998 Grammy Award for Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album Grammy Award for Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album#1990s , and were nominated in the 2000 Latin Grammy Awards for Best Band and Best Music Video ("La Vida"), which received the now-defunct International Viewer's Choice Award (Southern Region) at the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards.
On Monday, April 7th 2008, the band's front man, Vicentico, announced the band's return from their 6 year hiatus. According to Vicentico's mySpace, this represents a new "phase" for the Argentine band. On March 10, 2009 they released a new album, "La Luz del Ritmo," distributed by Nacional Records in the US. Along with the release, the band will tour throughout Spring 2009 in Latin America and the United States.
Along with the news on their return, Vicentico's mySpace has also announced that due to Gerardo "Toto" Rotblat's recent death, the band has been forced to make modifications to the line-up. For the time being the line-up is as follows: Vicentico (vocals), Flavio Cianciarullo (bass), Sergio Rotman (sax), Daniel Lozano (trumpet), Fernando Ricciardi (drums) and Mario Siperman (keyboards), all of whom are LFC veterans. It is unclear who will play guitar in the new version of the band.
The Band canceled the tour stop at the Honda Center in Anaheim, CA that was scheduled for Thursday Sept. the 24th. No details were initially given or even mentioned on Los Fabulosos web site, but it has been acknowledged by the Honda Centers web site stating that refunds will be given at point of purchase. In the afternoon of Weds Sept 24th, the band's website press release mentioned that the show was cancelled due to the production equipment not being able to transport the needed gear in time for the show.*Bares y Fondas (1986)
*Yo Te Avisé (1987)
*El Ritmo Mundial (1988)
*El Satanico Dr. Cadillac (1989)
*Volumen 5 (1990)
*Sopa de Caracol (1991)
*El León El León (album) (1992)
*Vasos Vacíos (1993)
*En Vivo en Buenos Aires (1994)
*Rey Azúcar Rey Azucar (1995)
*Fabulosos Calavera (1997)
*20 Grandes Exitos (1998)
*La Marcha del Golazo Solitario (1999)
*Hola Hola/Chau (2001)
*Chau Hola/Chau (2001)
*La Luz del Ritmo (2008)
*El Arte de la Elegancia (2009)
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