Popular Mexican rock band playing Tucson show

2013-04-16T16:40:00Z 2013-04-16T16:43:02Z Popular Mexican rock band playing Tucson showErnesto Portillo Jr. Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

Café Tacvba, one of Mexico’s foremost rockeros, performs Wednesday

night at the Rialto Theatre, 318 E. Congress St.

Tucson troubador, Salvador Duran, will open the show.

The quartet, a leading exponent of alt-Latino rock, is coming to

Tucson after appearing last weekend at the Coachella Valley Music and

Arts Annual Festival in Indio, Calif. The group’s recent recording,

"El Objeto Antes Llamado Disco," was released in October.

Since the group exploded onto the international Latino rock scene in

the early 1990s, Café Tacvba is considered one of the best and most

popular groups in its genre.

The foursome is made up: vocalist and guitarist Rubén Isaac Albarrán

Ortega, Emmanuel del Real Díaz on keyboards and vocals, José Alfredo

Rangel Arroyo on lead guitar and vocals and Enrique Rangel Arroyo on

bass and vocals.

The group took its name after a popular Mexico City bar in the

downtown historic quarter.

The show is at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $40.

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