Celtas cortos ciudad real
Fight of giants (en directo, ciudad real 2010)
After deciding that a change of name was necessary, finally the chosen one was Celtas Cortos, honoring the popular brand of unfiltered tobacco smoked by the drummer Nacho Castro, who proposed the name, without his initial intention being more than a mere joke. In 1987 they were selected to participate in a contest organized by the Junta de Castilla y León in collaboration with RNE.
In 1987 they are selected to participate in a contest organized by the Junta de Castilla y León in collaboration with RNE whose prize was to record an album shared with two other bands. Finally they were the winners and, together with the folk bands Ágora and Yedra, they published Así es como suena: folk joven. In this one they interpret three instrumental themes and that since then would be denominated as “disc zero” by the own members of the band. Of the disc only 500 copies were edited that were never put to the sale but that were given away of promotional form for what nowadays it is a collector’s item. At the beginning of 1989 they recorded in a recording studio of the band in a small studio. At the beginning of 1989 they recorded in a small studio of the band.
At the beginning of 1989 they recorded in a week and a half their first album: Salida de emergencia; an album composed exclusively of instrumental songs and of which they eventually sold 60,000 copies. The band’s first album was released in 1989.
Celtas cortos – vida gris (en directo, ciudad real 2010)
Se formaron en Valladolid (Castilla y León) en 1986 Ocho amigos, cuatro de los cuales tocaban en el grupo Almenara, decidieron participar en un concurso musical con el nombre de “Colectivo Eurofolk”. Ganaron el primer premio y siguieron tocando juntos, cambiando su nombre por el de Celtas Cortos, que fue sugerido por Nacho Castro, antiguo batería, basándose en su tabaco favorito.
En abril de 1987 ganaron otro concurso, cuyo premio era la producción de un disco. Compartieron el premio con otros dos ganadores, y aportaron tres canciones al álbum Así es como suena: Folk joven.
En 2002 Cifu dejó el grupo, un punto de inflexión definitivo tras la salida de César Cuenca y Nacho Martín. A principios de 2006 Cifu regresó al grupo para preparar su siguiente lanzamiento, 20 años después de su fundación Su álbum de 2008, 40 de Abril, fue muy popular, situándose en el top 5 de la lista de álbumes española Entre 2008 y 2016 publicaron otros cuatro discos.
Celtas cortos – todo cambia (live, ciudad real 2010)
There will be twelve performances in which national groups will play and other local groups as opening acts. They will start with Rosario in Ciudad Real and will perform, among others, ‘Celtas Cortos’, Blas Cantó, Juan Valderrama or ‘Seguridad Social’. Moby Dick’, ‘The Viboras’, Mar del Norte or Los amigos de Javier Segovia will be among the provincial bets.
There will be twelve concerts to be held from August 27 in Ciudad Real, Villarta de San Juan, Villahermosa, Socuéllamos, Chillón, Carrión de Calatrava, Ballesteros de Calatrava, Puebla de Don Rodrigo, Montiel, Castellar de Santiago, Ruidera and Daimiel, and will be held with total security.
In the presentation, Caballero has launched a “message of confidence”, against other worrying announcements, and has appealed to the responsibility”, before the possibility of “being able to enjoy” the concerts, at the same time “that we continue in the fight against the virus so that it does not wreak havoc”.
Regarding the second pillar of the cycle, referred to the promotion of the spaces, Caballero has highlighted “the enormous potential of the tourist offer that unites history, heritage, traditions and celebrations”, and that is part of the Integral Strategy of Tourism launched by the entity.
Celtas cortos – chains (live, ciudad real 2010)
An initiative of the provincial institution that will bring together over two months to artists of national and international reference, and also local, around 12 performances to be held in Ciudad Real, Villarta de San Juan, Villahermosa, Socuéllamos, Chillon, Carrion de Calatrava, Ballesteros de Calatrava, Puebla de Don Rodrigo, Montiel, Castellar de Santiago, Ruidera and Daimiel.
An initiative, stressed Triguero, in addition to other programs promoted by the council in its commitment to safe culture and that, as a whole, has had more than 500 performances with an investment of 700,000 euros to reach all the towns of the province.
The mayor of Ciudad Real, Eva María Masías, thanked the work of the provincial institution in the development of such activities in collaboration with municipalities, stressing how culture is not a cost but an investment, and the importance of going hand in hand to be stronger.
Lucio García, head of Solman, showed his gratitude for the fact that the institutions have taken into account ngos like his that try to contribute to see the world in a more global way and help the most vulnerable, being able with this initiative to deliver vaccines to different parts of the planet.
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