José María Sanz Beltrán, better known as Loquillo, is an iconic figure in Spanish rock and in the history of our music. Since he appeared in the middle of the Madrid scene during the 80s, he has been part of several of the most mythical formations in our memory and has carved out a strong solo career.
Although he began in the world of music as part of Loquillo y los Intocables, it was the group Loquillo y Los Trogloditas that marked a before and after in his career. They released fourteen studio albums and countless singles that are already mythical, such as ‘Where were you in 77?’, ‘Feo, fuerte y formal’ or ‘El ritmo del garaje’.
His solo career began in 1999 with the album ‘Nueve Tragos’, and since then the singer from Barcelona has not stopped writing, composing and touring all over Spain.
Loquillo now comes to Nits de Vivers to present his new album ‘La Última Trugua’. An album made up of ten songs with which the king of Glam reigns again in national rock and demonstrates that his figure is stronger than ever. The songs have been composed by Igor Paskual, Sabino Méndez, Gabriel Sopeña or Josu García, who also produces the album and directs the band.
A unique date with one of the icons of Spanish rock par excellence.