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Formed: 1985 (29 years ago)


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Los Fabulosos Cadillacs have been acclaimed as one of the world’s most important rock bands. Recognized for their groundbreaking fusion of ska, rock, punk, reggae and Latin rhythms, the Cadillacs have sold millions of records worldwide. They became stars in their native Argentina throughout the late 80s before propelling the Latin rock genre into the international spotlight in the 90s.

After a 7 year hiatus, the band launched a successful stadium run that stormed across Latin America in the fall of 2008. The Grammy-winning Cadillacs sold over 100,000 tickets to their two shows in Mexico ... Read more

Los Fabulosos Cadillacs have been acclaimed as one of the world’s most important rock bands. Recognized for their groundbreaking fusion of ska, rock, punk, reggae and Latin rhythms, the Cadillacs have sold millions of records worldwide. They became stars in their native Argentina throughout the late 80s before propelling the Latin rock genre into the international spotlight in the 90s.

After a 7 year hiatus, the band launched a successful stadium run that stormed across Latin America in the fall of 2008. The Grammy-winning Cadillacs sold over 100,000 tickets to their two shows in Mexico City and 120,000 tickets for their Buenos Aires shows. The tour also hit Los Angeles, New York, Miami and Chicago in April 2009. Fans were treated to a high-energy show filled with classic hits and plenty of new surprises. They also received the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award at last year’s MTV Latin America Music Video Awards.

Nacional Records released ‘La Luz del Ritmo’, the Cadillacs’ first studio album in nearly ten years in March 2009 and it quickly hit #1 at both iTunes and eMusic. The album was produced by the band and Robert Carranza (Jack Johnson, Mars Volta, etc). It features entirely new original songs such as title track “La Luz del Ritmo” and “Flores” in addition to new versions of the band’s classics like “Mal Bicho” and “Padre Nuestro” and the Cadillacs’ take on their own favorites like The Clash’s “Should I Stay or Should I Go”.

The Cadillacs’ classic songs “Matador” and “Mal Bicho” were anthems for a generation and inspired thousands of youth and musicians across the globe. Los Fabulosos Cadillacs’ reputation led to recording collaborations with a variety of stars including Mick Jones (of The Clash), Deborah Harry (Blondie), Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth (of the Talking Heads), Fishbone, Celia Cruz and Ruben Blades.

Global hit “Matador” was called "one of the greatest rock songs, in any language" by New York Magazine, and was considered to be the first Latin Rock smash hit in the U.S. It permeated clubs, stereos and radio stations across the country. The song gained such notoriety that it won MTV Latino's "Video of The Year" award and the Billboard Award for best Latin video. It caught the ear of actor John Cusack who would handpick the track for the Platinum-selling soundtrack of the film, ‘Grosse Point Blank’.

When the Grammy for “Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album” was first presented, it seemed appropriate that the award would be given to the Cadillacs’ genre-bending masterpiece ‘Fabulosos Calavera’. The Los Angeles Times described the album at the time as “The Sgt. Pepper of the Rock en Espanol movement”. The Grammy award and wealth of critical praise for ‘Fabulosos Calavera’ resulted in Los Fabulosos Cadillacs becoming the first Latin Rock band to appear on late-night national TV in the U.S.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Los Fabulosos Cadillacs have been acclaimed as one of the world’s most important rock bands. Recognized for their groundbreaking fusion of ska, rock, punk, reggae and Latin rhythms, the Cadillacs have sold millions of records worldwide. They became stars in their native Argentina throughout the late 80s before propelling the Latin rock genre into the international spotlight in the 90s.

After a 7 year hiatus, the band launched a successful stadium run that stormed across Latin America in the fall of 2008. The Grammy-winning Cadillacs sold over 100,000 tickets to their two shows in Mexico City and 120,000 tickets for their Buenos Aires shows. The tour also hit Los Angeles, New York, Miami and Chicago in April 2009. Fans were treated to a high-energy show filled with classic hits and plenty of new surprises. They also received the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award at last year’s MTV Latin America Music Video Awards.

Nacional Records released ‘La Luz del Ritmo’, the Cadillacs’ first studio album in nearly ten years in March 2009 and it quickly hit #1 at both iTunes and eMusic. The album was produced by the band and Robert Carranza (Jack Johnson, Mars Volta, etc). It features entirely new original songs such as title track “La Luz del Ritmo” and “Flores” in addition to new versions of the band’s classics like “Mal Bicho” and “Padre Nuestro” and the Cadillacs’ take on their own favorites like The Clash’s “Should I Stay or Should I Go”.

The Cadillacs’ classic songs “Matador” and “Mal Bicho” were anthems for a generation and inspired thousands of youth and musicians across the globe. Los Fabulosos Cadillacs’ reputation led to recording collaborations with a variety of stars including Mick Jones (of The Clash), Deborah Harry (Blondie), Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth (of the Talking Heads), Fishbone, Celia Cruz and Ruben Blades.

Global hit “Matador” was called "one of the greatest rock songs, in any language" by New York Magazine, and was considered to be the first Latin Rock smash hit in the U.S. It permeated clubs, stereos and radio stations across the country. The song gained such notoriety that it won MTV Latino's "Video of The Year" award and the Billboard Award for best Latin video. It caught the ear of actor John Cusack who would handpick the track for the Platinum-selling soundtrack of the film, ‘Grosse Point Blank’.

When the Grammy for “Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album” was first presented, it seemed appropriate that the award would be given to the Cadillacs’ genre-bending masterpiece ‘Fabulosos Calavera’. The Los Angeles Times described the album at the time as “The Sgt. Pepper of the Rock en Espanol movement”. The Grammy award and wealth of critical praise for ‘Fabulosos Calavera’ resulted in Los Fabulosos Cadillacs becoming the first Latin Rock band to appear on late-night national TV in the U.S.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Los Fabulosos Cadillacs have been acclaimed as one of the world’s most important rock bands. Recognized for their groundbreaking fusion of ska, rock, punk, reggae and Latin rhythms, the Cadillacs have sold millions of records worldwide. They became stars in their native Argentina throughout the late 80s before propelling the Latin rock genre into the international spotlight in the 90s.

After a 7 year hiatus, the band launched a successful stadium run that stormed across Latin America in the fall of 2008. The Grammy-winning Cadillacs sold over 100,000 tickets to their two shows in Mexico City and 120,000 tickets for their Buenos Aires shows. The tour also hit Los Angeles, New York, Miami and Chicago in April 2009. Fans were treated to a high-energy show filled with classic hits and plenty of new surprises. They also received the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award at last year’s MTV Latin America Music Video Awards.

Nacional Records released ‘La Luz del Ritmo’, the Cadillacs’ first studio album in nearly ten years in March 2009 and it quickly hit #1 at both iTunes and eMusic. The album was produced by the band and Robert Carranza (Jack Johnson, Mars Volta, etc). It features entirely new original songs such as title track “La Luz del Ritmo” and “Flores” in addition to new versions of the band’s classics like “Mal Bicho” and “Padre Nuestro” and the Cadillacs’ take on their own favorites like The Clash’s “Should I Stay or Should I Go”.

The Cadillacs’ classic songs “Matador” and “Mal Bicho” were anthems for a generation and inspired thousands of youth and musicians across the globe. Los Fabulosos Cadillacs’ reputation led to recording collaborations with a variety of stars including Mick Jones (of The Clash), Deborah Harry (Blondie), Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth (of the Talking Heads), Fishbone, Celia Cruz and Ruben Blades.

Global hit “Matador” was called "one of the greatest rock songs, in any language" by New York Magazine, and was considered to be the first Latin Rock smash hit in the U.S. It permeated clubs, stereos and radio stations across the country. The song gained such notoriety that it won MTV Latino's "Video of The Year" award and the Billboard Award for best Latin video. It caught the ear of actor John Cusack who would handpick the track for the Platinum-selling soundtrack of the film, ‘Grosse Point Blank’.

When the Grammy for “Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album” was first presented, it seemed appropriate that the award would be given to the Cadillacs’ genre-bending masterpiece ‘Fabulosos Calavera’. The Los Angeles Times described the album at the time as “The Sgt. Pepper of the Rock en Espanol movement”. The Grammy award and wealth of critical praise for ‘Fabulosos Calavera’ resulted in Los Fabulosos Cadillacs becoming the first Latin Rock band to appear on late-night national TV in the U.S.

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