Rodrigo Solo, front man of award winning Venezuela rock group Viniloversus, recently introduced his new solo project No EstÃ¡s Solo which he unified a stellar group of musicians and friends making it one of the most interesting albums of 2015.
To promote the new release, Rodrigo will dedicate the month of July to touring several cities in the U.S. The tour will launch in New York, where he will be one of the special invited artists at the Latin Alternative Music Conference (LAMC), a conference that showcases the most prominent alternative acts of Latin America, Spain and the U.S. during a full week of conferences, meetings with executives and press and a series of exclusive showcases and concerts.
Rodrigo Solo will perform in two shows in New York City the second week of July and then continue on to Washington DC, Philadelphia and Miami. Â In Miami, in addition to the two shows where he will perform he will also exhibit the art that was done for the album.
Through his first single “Tal Vez No se Hunda el Barco” (Perhaps the Ship wont Sink) feat. Linda BriceÃ±o & Viniloversus,Â Rodrigo Solo made headlines in his native country, Venezuela. The single exemplifies the artist’s originality and is the very reason why there is so much buzz about the album which explores different genres from pop alternative to Cuban son to psychedelic.