“Eruca Sativa” 16 years rocking the stages!

Since 2007, the power trio formed by “Lula” Bertoldi (vocals and guitar), Brenda Martin (bass and backing vocals), and Gabriel Pedernera (drums and backing vocals), has conquered their fans with their wonderful music, and very deep lyrics, always in support of the freedom of expression of each individual.

Last Friday, December 8 Eruca Sativa performed for the first time at the Movistar Arena.

Opening the show with an intro with the song “Confundiste”, with the intense sounds of the drums, Lula and Brenda took the stage and the crow exploded!! (It is worth highlighting the beautiful audience, of all ages) with a mosh pit, constant applause, and a standing ovation throughout the concert.

Going through their current and old tracks, including hits like “Nada Salvaje”, and “Marca tus marcas”, even presented a new song called “Eso no es amor”.

With a huge walkway in the middle of the field sector, where Lula and Brenda walked and the fans went crazy. The lights went down and the band moved to a smaller stage, facing the main stage, to play a couple of acoustic songs.

While the guys returned to the main stage, the Argentine musician, Franco Luciani delighted us by playing the harmonica magnificently.

closing the night with the beautiful song “Baba”.

Eruca Sativa has shown why they were chosen to open the show of the great legendary Roger Waters, it is a band with great power and a wonderful artistic display in their shows.


Confundiste (with intro)

Blanco, El genio de la nada, Sola en los bares (Man Ray cover), Nada salvaje, Abrepuertas (with intro), Marea (Live debut, unreleased song), Sorojchi, Último. Parte I: El balcón, Marca tus marcas, Ojalá (Silvio Rodríguez cover), Justo al partir, Carapazón, Tanto, Canción urgente, Acústico – Escenario B , Para que sigamos siendo, Por quienes vendrán, Chacarera del primer día, Amor ausente(with Franco Luciani) (Precedida con una improvisación de armónica), Creo, Tarará, Armas gemelas, Inercia, Magoo, Fuera o más allá, Queloquepasa

Encore: Baba

Review by Maria Fernanda Capici

Photos by Maru Debiassi (Special thanks)

Publicist Gaby Sisti

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