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60 Tigres

60 Tigers is a fusion dreamy pop, Mexican Bolero, Post Punk and new disco beats full of epic moments.

60 Tigers born since 2005 with the idea of merging styles and genres on stage and studio in Monterrey Mexico. After suffering several member changes, the band has established itself as Roberto Polo (Bass / Vocals), José Miguel Polo (drums / vocals), Eduardo Robledo (Guitar), Fernando Portilla (Guitar and Syntes), creating his own style by mixing influences foreign letters in Spanish, trying to reflect the social situation of daily life in Mexico.

They have participated the South By Southwest 2008 and 2009 (Austin, TX), MySpace Festival Latino (Chicago, IL), SPI Music Fest (Padre Island, TX), Nacotheque (Houston, TX), Auto (Los Angeles, CA) Hellow Fest (Monterrey, NL), among others.

Concerts in various national and international recognized Forums Imperial (Mexico City), The Compound (Austin, TX), The Mink (Chicago, IL), etc.

Openers Babasónicos (Chicago, Il), have opened concerts Junior Boyz, The Whitest Boy Alive, DeLorean, Ghostland Observatory, Metronomy, etc.

60 Tigres have a strong presence in socialnetworks. blogs, radio and television, newspapersm magazines such as Revista Marvin, The Extra Chicago, El Norte, XLR08 Magazine Page, Hook, California Tour Press, among others, have dedicated to post reviews of concerts, interviews, recordings of live performances, etc.

:::: The magazine Indie Rocks, one of the most important national, cataloged the album "The Emigrants" and "The Best of 2008" in Mexico

Now they are working in a new album FRENESÍ mixing the bolero Mexican style with dream pop and funk:::


My Bands Sessions

Wednesday, March 18
 

8:00pm

 
Saturday, March 21
 

10:00pm