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Memphis La Blusera

Memphis La Blusera is an Argentine blues/rock band created in 1978. The current band members are Adrian Otero on vocals; Daniel Beiserman on bass, acoustic bass, and vocals; Villanueva Emilio on tenor saxophone and bass; Mira Marcelo on drums; German Weidemer on keyboards, piano and Hammond organ; and Sedler Lucas on acoustic and electric guitar. They are sometimes known as the band that created and gave identity to the Argentine blues.

In the year 1989 they recorded their third album entitled Tonto rompecabezas, with the help of Andres Calamaro. With this disc they left aside the social and street matter found in previous albums and concentrated more towards love. Later, they returned to their prior subject again, making a fourth album called Memphis la Blusera.

Followed by tours around the country, in 1994 they released a fifth album named Nunca tube tantos blues. In this same year they played at the Gran Rex Theatre together with Taj Mahal, Albert King and BB King. This show was also recorded and edited for the sixth album named Memphis en vivo (Memphis Live). They release a seventh disc in 1995 called Cosa de hombres. This album was presented at Obras, and other parts of Argentina. By this time, the band has performed in 1300 shows in just 17 years. They receive a Gold Disc for both of these albums.

Related websites

Memphis La Blusera Official Web Site


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