The Spanish singer-songwriter reinterprets El Canto del Loco’s hits
Dani Martín is one of the most important Spanish artists (songwriter, composer and performer) of the last twenty years. Leading the record-breaking band El Canto del Loco, which sold over two million albums, his songs influenced a whole generation (2000-2010). In 2010, Dani Martín began his solo career with Pequeño, which went triple platinum, staying at the No. 1 for four weeks and in the charts for two years. He went on to release three studio albums with the same success: Dani Martín (2013), La montaña rusa (2016) and Lo que me da la gana (2020), and one live record, Mi teatro (2014); each with their own tour that brought in crowds in their thousands in Spain and Latin America.
No, no vuelve is Dani Martín’s new album. A tribute to the band that made him, El Canto del Loco, which entails a re-examination of some of their main songs. Now reimagined by Dani, they take on a new dimension and a more modern sound. Now, Dani Martín is set to grace our stage with this album on his new tour, Qué caro es el tiempo.