Fito Páez

Elvis Costello's "Radio Radio" Gets Spanish Makeover By Argentine Star Fito Paez

The song that came to be known as “Radio Radio” began life in 1975 as “Radio Soul,” written in shameless imitation of Bruce Springsteen’s romantic references to American radio by the 20-year old D.P. MacManus. The BBC radio of the songwriter’s youth was both magical and mundane. His father sang...
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Fito Paez: The Man Who Refuses to Stand Still

If you don’t know Fito Paez it’s likely you are not of Spanish-speaking origin and if you are a fan of Latin music then you probably own one or two of his records, for anyone out there with even a passing interest in great piano-based rock and pop, you really should expand your horizons and download a track or two.
Miami New Times

Best Concerts in Miami This Week: Fito Paez, Eli & Fur, the Polar Boys, and More

This week, Death to the Sun is throwing a concert for a good cause, lining up local staples like Jaialai and the Imbecile to raise money to help fund the medical costs of fellow artist Jeffrey Auguste; deep-house duo Eli & Fur take over Treehouse; plus, catch the Polar Boys’ live concert at Space Park; and much more live music in the Magic City.

Fito Paez, Grupo Niche, Natalia Lafourcade Win Grammys Latin Categories

Three Latin acts representing wildly different musical styles -- Argentina’s Fito Páez, Colombia’s Grupo Niche and Mexico’s Natalia LaFourcade -- were the early winners for the Latin categories at Sunday's (March 14) Grammy Awards. For veterans Páez and Grupo Niche, who’ve been making music for literally decades, this was their...

Argentine rocker Fito Páez: ‘I want to play until the end’

MEXICO CITY (AP) — In times of a global pandemic, Argentine rocker Fito Páez feels it is his duty to document what’s going on in the world through his music. It’s something he aimed to do with “La Conquista del Espacio” (“The Conquest of Space”), his 2020 album that is competing for best Latin rock or alternative album at the March 14 Grammy Awards.