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|Past members||Adrian Otero Daniel Beiserman Villanueva Emilio Mira Marcelo German|
|Genres||Blues , Argentine rock|
|Origin||Buenos Aires , Argentina|
Their first appearance was at Unione e Benevolenza Theatre, in 1978. After rehearsing for months, until they were satisfied with what they accomplish, they decided to organize a show. In 1981, they performed as opening band for Pajarito Zaguri in Arena Obras Sanitarias and in 1982 they appeared at Festival BARock, for which they received great news in the press. Their first album was Alma bajo La lluvia, which includes the song Blues de las 6 y 30, one of their classics. In the year 1989, they recorded their third album entitled Tonto rompecabezas, with the help of Andres Calamaro. With this Disc they leave aside social and street matters found in previous albums and concentrate more on love. Later, they return to their prior subject again, making a fourth album called Memphis La Blusera. Follow by tours around the country, in 1994 they released their fifth album named Nunca tuve tanto Blues. In this same year they play at Gran Rex Theatre together with Taj Mahal, Albert King and BB King. This show was also recorded and edited for the sixth album named Memphis en vivo. They released seventh Disc in 1995 called Cosa de hombres. This album was presented in Obras, and other parts of Argentina. By this time, band has performed in 1300 shows in just 17 years. They received Gold Disc for both of these albums. In 2000, group signed with Warner Music, and recorded in Los Angeles their 10 album called Angelitos Culones produced by Oscar Mediavilla and Gustavo Borner. They received a Gold Disc and in the year 2002, they won the Carlos Gardel Award for best rock band, and were nominated for the video of Angelitos Culones. This was followed by an invitation to play with Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional in Teatro Colon. This was recorded live and released as an album. After 25 years of musical career, they play in Luna Park stadium of Buenos Aires and recorded Live, into next album entitled 25 Aniversario, which includes two CDs with classic songs of the band and two new songs, Rodar o Morir and Que La vida siga. Their last album, entitle etc, was released in 2006. Memphis La Blusera disbanded in 2008 after lead singer Adrian Otero had left to start a solo career; remaining members of the band have continued as Viejos Lobos. Adrian Otero died in a car accident on June 12 2012.
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