On Saturday, July 30, he arrives at the Ibero-American Forum of La Rábida the tour ‘Fire’the new tour of concerts of Tow, where the Muñoz brothers celebrate their more than twenty years of successful musical career presenting the songs from their latest album, Fuego. In addition, they will not be able to miss some of their great successes that have made Estopa one of the leading groups in national music with more than five million records sold worldwide.
The Muñoz brothers began their tour this year last May, which is the one they had to postpone in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. ‘Fuego’ has already toured numerous Spanish cities and after passing through the Ibero-American Forum, it will still have more than a dozen concerts left throughout the country before ending its tour on October 11 in Zaragoza.
Atrapado, Fuego, Corazón Sin Salida, Rockanrol T-shirt, Awakening, Poor Siri or La Rueda de la Fortuna are some of the songs from their latest album and that next Saturday the Muñoz brothers will perform to the delight of the public that attends the Ibero-American Forum of The Rabies.
Forerunners and ambassadors of a style known as Catalan rumba mixed with rock and pop, the group is characterized by lyrics based on everyday life that have hooked millions of fans and for which they have received several Ondas, 40 Principales, Amigo Awards and a nomination for Best Album for Is the street yours? at the 2004 Latin Grammy Awards.
Jose and David Muñoz grew up in Cornellá. They were never good students, in fact they dropped out of high school to work in a car factory. And it is from this work that his artistic name arose, from the factory boss’s order ‘Give him tow! so that production does not stop.
In 1999 they recorded their first album ‘Estopa’, including some of their best-known songs such as ‘La raja de tu falda’. His recognition was immediate: more than two million copies were sold, something unusual for a band that had just debuted. They consolidated their success with their following albums, where songs such as ‘Partiendo la pana’ and ‘Vino tinto’ (2002) or ‘Pastillas de braking’ (2004) were released, inspired by their days at the car factory. With this album they toured a large part of Latin America (Argentina, Chile, Peru, Mexico) and Spain, with more than 60 concerts, including a sellout at Las Ventas in Madrid.
Voces de ultratumba (2005), Allenrock (2008), Estopa 2.0 (2011) and Rumba a la unknown (2015) complete the following albums by one of the most memorable and best-selling bands in history in Spain, with a compilation album of their greatest hits to celebrate their tenth anniversary, X Anniversarium (2009), in which they had the collaboration of greats of Spanish music such as Ana Belén, Joaquín Sabina, Rosario or El Canto del Loco, among others.