A night of North American roots and honest songs without artifice. Those proposed by the Canadian Allison Russell, one of the great emerging values of international folk rock, and the Madrid-born Quique González, owner of an imaginary rock and roll in Spanish unparalleled in our country.
Quique González is a classic of our rock scene. His style book is unmistakable, always assorted by the music of North American roots honestly modulated in an evocative Spanish, but his journey has also admitted symptoms of reinvention: so it was when he adapted the texts of the poet Luis García Montero in Las palabras vividas (2019), but also with that return to the origins (from the poso of maturity) that was Sur en el Valle (2021), again seconded by Toni Brunet, Edu Olmedo, Jacob Reguilón and Alejandro "Boli" Climent, and with the collaborations of César Pop, Kirmen Uribe and Carolina de Juan (Morgan). A slower and more acoustic work than he is used to, and that he will combine live with his more electric side, always with the inveterate solidity of his band.
Canadian Allison Russell is one of the most prominent figures in new American folk rock. She earned a Grammy nomination for best Americana album for Outside Child (2021), her first solo album. And both that and her mentions at the Juno or the Polaris Music Prize are unmistakable signs that this partner of Rhiannon Giddens, Leyla McCalla or Amythyst Kiah in the collective Our Native Daughters has all the numbers to be one of the big names of the genre in the coming years. There have been few opportunities so far to see her in Spain, so the occasion of Noches del Botánico is unbeatable.
At Noches del Botánico we believe that there is no age to enjoy culture, that is why all minors can access the venue regardless of their age. They must access with their corresponding ticket and accompanied by their father, mother or legal guardian.
If the age of the minor is less than 16 years old, he/she must always be accompanied by his/her father, mother or legal guardian.