Trova Rosarina was a spontaneous movement of musicians which became established after the presentation of Juan Carlos Baglietto’s disc “Tiempos difíciles” at the stadium of Obras Sanitarias Club in Buenos Aires, in 1982. The following year, the joint musical project strengthened during the concerts presented by a group of musicians from Rosario led by Juan Carlos Baglietto. The shows, which included songs by “Fito” Páez, Abonizio, Goldín, Fandermole, among other song writers, were held at the Covered Stadium of Newell’s Old Boys and at Obras Sanitarias Club. The songs played included traces from bossa nova, Argentine folklore music, rock, and tango, as well as lyrics of high poetic content which called to reflection.
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Bar El Cairo
Auditorio Fundación “Héctor I. Astengo”
Laurak Bat -Saudades
Sala Luz y Fuerza
Covered Stadium NOB
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