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With Dani Nel·lo (tenor sax), Pere Miró (baritone sax), Dani Baraldés (guitar), Héctor Marín (guitar), Anton Jarl (drums), Matías Míguez (bass) and Albert Sabater (percussion).
Dani Nel·lo and his musicians have spent almost a year and a half on tour with "Los Saxofonistas Salvajes", a musical adventure with which the role of the sax in popular music is vindicated. Yes, it's about paying tribute to some musicians and an instrument, but, slowly, the project takes on a new dimension. Dani Nel·lo is launched to explore the essences of the wild saxophonist and, from here, to project a personal and personal voice. Sometimes, with a cinematographic aftertaste and others with smells of pulp, but always with large doses of rhythm and blues. He does it with the sextet that has accompanied the project since the beginning, a garlic-star band composed of the best and best jazz and rock and roll of the state scene today. Together, they offer a repertoire that draws on the "wild saxophonism" of the fifties and a stack of performers who Nel·lo and his musicians take over.
21:00 Dani Nel·lo