One of the most critically acclaimed acoustic instrumental bands in the world, Rodrigo y Gabriela have sold in excess of 1.5 million albums globally, and have packed out iconic venues around the world, from the Hollywood Bowl and Royal Albert Hall to the Sydney Opera House, Red Rocks Amphitheatre and Paris’ Le Zenith, and now they’re headed this way.
Unmistakably Spanish in sound, the duo also showcases influences as diverse as metal to rock to world music. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of their self-titled breakthrough release, Rodrigo y Gabriela reissued a newly remastered version of the album, together with a never-before-released 2006 live record. Originally released in Ireland, the album is affectionately known to fans as the Crocodile Album, and topped the charts ahead of Johnny Cash and the Arctic Monkeys on release in 2006.
Known for their dynamic live performances, and with roots busking in Dublin before extensive touring and a great word of mouth buzz carried them forward, Rodrigo y Gabriela are without doubt one of the most captivating live acts in the world, and one you won’t want to miss when they play a venue near you this March.
Rodrigo y Gabriela will hit up the Tivoli on 16 March. Tickets here.