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Blues in our country is much more fertile in possibilities than you would ever know from the articles that are published in specialized magazines. Troublemakers Blues Review have a solid career behind them, built on their live shows and the professional experience that all its members bring to the band. Among them, we should highlight Miguel Ángel Hernando – “Lichis” – the founder of the band.
Lichis also created La Cabra Mecánica and has had a very prolific solo career. In Troublemakers Blues Review, his wandering bass and voice were usually accompanied by guitarist Julián Kanevsky or drummer Juli El Lento. Now, apart from a few surprise guests, he takes the stage with a band that features César Pop on keyboards, José Eceiza on guitar and Christian Chiloé on the drums.
Their presence is more than justified by the re-release of their 2010 début album, “Chicano Blues”. This album revisited the blues that the label Chess published in the fifties, with hits by Willie Dixon and Howlin’ Wolf, essentially. It also had a bonus song by Jimmy Cox and a few contemporary numbers, such as a version of Jimmy Page and Robert Plant’s “Black Dog”.
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Drums: Christian Chiloé.
Vocals and bass: Miguel Ángel Hernando “Lichis”.
Keyboards: César Pop.
Electric guitar: Joe Eceiza.