Triana, formed in 1974, named after the popular neighbourhood in Seville, are a Spanish progressive rock band who defined a new genre of music, el rock andaluz. Jesús de la Rosa Luque, Eduardo Rodríguez Rodway and Juan José ‘Tele’ Palacios made up the rock band trio. Their music, an electric mixture of rock and flamenco, took the Seventies and Eighties by storm, with their album, Hijos del agobio (1977), selling more than 100,000 copies in less than three months. Whilst the original trio are no more, the new group—formed of Juan Reina, Andrés Herrera, Raúl Fernández, Emilio Grueso, Santi Camps and Marcos Gamero— put together by the late ‘Tele’, bring el rock andaluz back to life once more at Razzmatazz.
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