Carlos Alberto Ficicchia , known by his stage name Charly Alberti, is an Argentine musician, better recognized as the drummer of the rock band Soda Stereo.
In 1982, along with Gustavo Cerati and Zeta Bosio, Alberti formed legendary rock band Soda Stereo, and went on to record over a dozen records until the group dissolved in 1997. He went on to form Plum along with then girlfriend, model Deborah de Corral; they recorded one album but never played it live because their relationship ended right after the record release. Later he was involved in running his company Cybrel Digital Entertainment, aimed at generating and implementing content based technologies. In 1998 he launched URL Magazine, a magazine about pop culture and technology, and also URL Records, a record label aiming at supporting and promoting new musicians and artists, along with the online music portal Yeyeye. In 2007, Alberti rejoined Cerati and Bosio for Soda Stereo's comeback tour Me Veras Volver.
Alberti was the only Latin American member of Apple's short-lived AppleMasters program.
Soda Stereo Official Web Site
Charly Alberti's Official Web Site
Cybrel-Charly Alberti's company
Yeyeye-Cybrel's music portal
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