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A concert album, Live: Manchester and Dublin, followed one year later.Rodrigo y Gabriela became the newest fixture of the world music circuit, known for their nimble-fingered guitar work and diverse background (few flamenco guitarists could boast a background in metal music).Bored and frustrated with their chances in the Americas, the two decided to try their luck in Europe instead.Rodrigo y Gabriela traveled to Dublin, where a friend had offered them a place to stay.Nowadays, especially in indie rock, it's the same band playing the same rhythms with different faces. Your sound is definitely eclectic and has been described as everything from jazzy heavy metal to flamenco. It was very helpful to have an instrument at home--from the guitar to the piano, and I grew up listening to jazz, tango... It's very important for our generation to be awake, be yourself, and be conscious. Every time I'm back home, I have my team, I play tournaments.My young Mexican middle-class generation was trying to become heavy metal rock stars. You and Gabriela went to Europe as backpackers, thinking you'd make a living playing background music. I read that you and Gabriela live a vegan lifestyle and are very passionate about animal rights. I lived in Barcelona for so many years, so I like [team] Barcelona. The duo went on a touring hiatus in September 2010 due to stress injuries to Gabriela's hand.
I got the chance to see them perform live at the Hollywood Bowl last year, and was blown away by their mastery of the guitar and strumming speeds that leave you wondering how they still have fingers.
Details of these new tour dates are due to be announced soon.
Two years on from their last Australian tour, RODRIGO Y GABRIELA return to Australia to play national theatre shows in March 2018.
They were the subject of an Alejandro Franco documentary film on their formation and early years entitled For Those About to Rock: The Story of Rodrigo y Gabriela, which debuted at SXSW in March of 2014, just in time for their next studio album, 9 Dead Alive, which appeared in April.
The musicians spoke no English, carried little money, and upon their arrival found that their offer of European hospitality had vanished.