Soda Stereo returns with its tour in tribute to Gustavo Cerati

The members of the Argentine band Soda Stereo, Charly Alberti and Zeta Bosio, announced that they will return with their concerts in Buenos Aires, with their tour “Total Thanks”. This tour began at the beginning of 2020, to celebrate his career and honor the late and mythical singer, Gustavo Cerati, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, said tour was stalled.

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The dates for the long awaited concert are next December 18 and 19, the Polo Field of the Argentine capital, which will host the show prepared to celebrate “the music and history” of soda Stereo, which will have the collaboration of various national and international artists, either in person or in audiovisual format.

According to sources from the production of the show, among those artists will be Chris Martin, Gustavo Santaolalla, Juanes, Julieta Venegas, Draco Rosa, León Larregui, Mon Laferte, Richard Coleman, Rubén Albarrán and Benito Cerati, Gustavo’s son.

Gustavo Cerati: An unpublished song by the former Soda Stereo leader comes to light

Despite the fact that five years ago he left for eternity, Gustavo Cerati is still in the news. At the beginning of the year, the audio of an unpublished song by the Argentine singer-songwriter came to light. “Talking about you” is the name of the song that Cerati composed to an ex-girlfriend in her teens, Ana Saint Jain.