Win Tickets ($50): Hermanos Gutiérrez El Bueno y El Malo Tour 2022 @ Mission Theater | Latin
We are giving you another chance to WIN a pair of tickets to Hermanos Gutiérrez El Bueno y El Malo Tour 2022 @ Mission Theater on November 13. To win, comment below on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed November 7.
From our sponsors:
El Bueno y El Malo Tour 2022
November 13, 2022
7PM Doors, 8PM Show | $22 ADV, $25 Doors | All Ages
More info: mcmenamins.com
1624 NW Glisan St, Portland, OR 97209
“When Alejandro and I play together, it’s like we are driving a car,” says Estevan Gutiérrez, one half of the guitar duo Hermanos Gutiérrez. “It’s like we are taking a road trip. Sometimes we’re driving through a desert. Sometimes we’re traveling up the coast. But always we are in nature, and we see the most beautiful landscapes, sunrises, sunsets.” The music these two brothers make evokes expansive plains and rough wildernesses, saguaros and surfs, spaghetti westerns and Morricone soundtracks, Lynch and Jarmusch. With their guitars they travel through landscapes haunted by vaqueros, cancioneros, wanderers, fugitives, lovers, family-and whatever ghosts their listeners bring to the music. “Each album is a journey on its own,” says Alejandro Gutiérrez. “We just have to go with the music, trust in ourselves, and see where it takes us.”
El Bueno Y El Malo is their most epic journey yet: Working with the Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach at his Easy Eye Sound Studio in Nashville, they’ve crafted ten vivid compositions that highlight their intimate guitar playing, where one brother’s rhythms and the other brother’s melodies twine around each other so that they become inextricable. Together, they generate what Estevan calls a “deeper, darker energy” defined by complex arrangements, sophisticated playing, and most of all their very close relationship. “We have such different personalities and such different approaches,” says Alejandro,” but in the end we have a strong balance. Because we’re brothers and because we love each other, there’s always this connection.”
The sons of a Swiss father and an Ecuadorian mother, Hermanos Gutiérrez have only been playing together for a few years, but music has always been a point of connection for them. “I started playing guitar because of my brother,” Alejandro says. “He was always playing, and I loved the sound of it. Then he went to Ecuador for a year, and as an expression of missing him, I started playing the guitar as well. I learned by trying to imitate other songs, but soon realized that I didn’t like playing covers. I wanted to play my own music.”
I am dying to see them live, this would be a perfect birthday treat to me!
Would love to see them play their beautiful music live!
Me encantaria ver los Hermanos Gutierrez! I’d love to see these guys and be swept away.
This music is so enchanting. I would love the chance to see this amazing performance. I am so grateful for pdx pipeline and these ticket give always!
I would love to attend this show!
It would be great to see the brothers play live!
Yes please!! Such sensual and serene sounds come from these two!! Sus música es bellísima, nos encantaría ir❤
My sister is coming to town, and I’d love to be able to take her to see these talented brothers!