Los Enanitos Verdes' next album won't be out until early next year, but that hasn't stopped the Argentine rock group from promoting it.
"We're recording the new album, that's why we're celebrating," lead singer Marciano Cantero recently told Mexico's Diario de Yucatán. "The album's so good, I'm so proud of it. I feel it has the same spirit we had when we started the band over 30 years ago."
Since 1979, the group has amassed an incredibly strong international following. And later this month, Enanitos Verdes will bring three decades of rock en españo to the Fillmore Miami Beach.
The Fillmore gig is one of 15 shows that Enanitos will play in August before wrapping up the month in Mexico City, which is set to draw one of the largest crowds on the tour.
"It's a moment to have fun and thank the Mexican public for their unconditional support all these years," Cantero said.
But it's not just Mexican fans that've supported Enanitos for three decades. People all around the world love these little green rock 'n' roll dwarves.
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"We've been a band since 1979, and it's just as fun now as it was when we began."
Los Enanitos Verdes. Sunday, August 19. Fillmore Miami Beach, 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The show starts at 8 p.m. and tickets cost $33.50 to $73.50 via livenation.com. All ages. Call 305-673-7300 or visit filmoremb.com. .