By Mike McKenney, Rock At Night New England
Venue: Orpheum Theatre, Boston, Massachusetts-May 15, 2019-Rodrigo y Gabriela
Rodrigo Sánchez and Gabriela Quintero are a Mexican classical guitar duo with wide ranging influences including flamenco, rock, and heavy metal. The duo’s recordings are predominantly instrumentals played on the flamenco guitar.
Rodrigo y Gabriela as they are widely known, began playing together in the early 1990’s. After playing the beach bar scene, they longed to play different types the music, so they moved to Europe and eventually resided in Ireland where they would busker and play pubs.
Their repertoire consist of such varied styles and covers such as Led Zepplin’s “Stairway To Heaven” and Metallica’s “Orion”. Rodrigo y Gabriela’s critically acclaimed, Mettavolution Tour, is a spellbinding display of their talent and incorporates their interest in Buddhism, and human evolution. Expressed powerfully through their amazing guitar works, Mettavolution is an experience to behold, culminating with an homage to the Pink Floyd classic, “Echoes”.
Mike McKenney is an award winning professional photographer and current New England Correspondent for Rock At Night magazine.
With his years of experience and passion for Concert Photography, Mike has photographed many of the famous acts in the world today.
Rock Icons such as Sting, Peter Gabriel, Dave Matthews, and Fleetwood Mac along with Country artist Blake Shelton, Kenny Chesney,and Jason Aldean have all appeared before Mike’s camera.
"My goal is always to present the experience truthfully so fans can feel the energy and emotions the Artists convey. It’s a tremendous honor and responsibility to be allowed to create art while blending my two passions, music and photography”
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