Gustavo Cerati

Genre Rock Argentino, rock, Rock en Espanol, argentina, Rock Latino

Gustavo Cerati (b. Gustavo Adrián Cerati Clark on August 11, 1959 in Buenos Aires, Argentina), is an Argentine singer-songwriter, composer, and rock producer. He is primarily known as the lead singer, songwriter, and guitarist of Soda Stereo (1982–1997), considered by the critics to be the most important and influential band of Latin Rock. His work inside and outside of Soda Stereo makes him one of the most important figures in Ibero-American rock and an argentine rock legend. His solo career began in the early 1990s when on hiatus from Soda Stereo Cerati recorded his first solo album Amor Amarillo (Yellow Love).
Cerati has experimented with various musical genres, including electronic music (Plan V) and symphonic music. Throughout his career Cerati has been nominated for various Grammy, MTV, and Gardel awards. In 2007, Cerati reunited with Soda Stereo for a reunion tour Me Veras Volver Tour. On the 15th of May 2010 Cerati suffered a stroke after a show in Venezuela. Since then he remains in a coma under respiratory aide.


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Gustavo Cerati (b. Gustavo Adrián Cerati Clark on August 11, 1959 in Buenos Aires, Argentina), is an Argentine singer-songwriter, composer, and rock producer. He is primarily known as the lead singer, songwriter, and guitarist of Soda Stereo (1982–1997), considered by the critics to be the most important and influential band of Latin Rock. His work inside and outside of Soda Stereo makes him one of the most important figures in Ibero-American rock and an argentine rock legend. His solo career began in the early 1990s when on hiatus from Soda Stereo Cerati recorded his first solo album Amor Amarillo (Yellow Love).
Cerati has experimented with various musical genres, including electronic music (Plan V) and symphonic music. Throughout his career Cerati has been nominated for various Grammy, MTV, and Gardel awards. In 2007, Cerati reunited with Soda Stereo for a reunion tour Me Veras Volver Tour. On the 15th of May 2010 Cerati suffered a stroke after a show in Venezuela. Since then he remains in a coma under respiratory aide.


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