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María Gabriela Epumer

María Gabriela Epumer

María Gabriela Epumer


Singer/songwriter María Gabriela Epumer was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1963. A young talented musician gone too soon, she started perfoming at the age of 16 as a member of María Rosa Yorio's Band. María Gabriela decided to go on her own in 1998. She formed her own band, creating a project called A1, and released a self-titled album that same year. Rouge's and Maleta de Loca's most important member, Maria Gabriela Epumer's talent was recognized Read more on Last.fm
Singer/songwriter María Gabriela Epumer was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1963. A young talented musician gone too soon, she started perfoming at the age of 16 as a member of María Rosa Yorio's Band. María Gabriela decided to go on her own in 1998. She formed her own band, creating a project called A1, and released a self-titled album that same year. Rouge's and Maleta de Loca's most important member, Maria Gabriela Epumer's talent was recognized while recording and touring along with argentinean rock giant Charly García during the 1990s.

She joined Rouge with Claudia Sinesi and Andrea Alvarez. This project mutated into Viuda e hijas de Roque Enroll, a band that became a myth in argentinian rock history as it was the first argentinian female band ever. María Gabriela played guitar and sung along with Mavy Díaz, Claudia Sinesi played bass and Claudia Rufinatti played keyboards. From 1983 to 1988 they recorded the albums Viuda e hijas de Roque Enroll, Ciudad Catrúnica and Vale 4. She joined Fito Páez for his Corazón Clandestino album and María Rosa Yorio, for the album Puertos.

Viuda e hijas de Roque Enroll disbanded in 1988. Towards 1992, María Gabriela Epumer joined Luis Alberto Spinetta for a live performance of his album Pelusón Of Milk and became a member of Celeste Carballo's Band. In 1993 she created another all-female project: Las Chicas with Laura Gómez Palma, Marcela Chediack, Floppy Bernaudo and Laura Casarino. In 1995, she met Robert Fripp, and took his guitar seminar and played with him. That same year she joined Fernando Samalea, (Charly García's drummer) in a new project: Montecarlo Jazz Ensamble in which more than 50 argetinian musicians record benefically for the indigenous argentine community.

She wrote an performed in many of the tracks of the double album which she also produced. In January of 2001, she played the Buenos Aires Hot Festival, alongside with R.E.M., Beck, Oasis and Neil Young. In 1994, 1995, 1998 and 2002, she recorded with Charly García the albums La Hija de la Lágrima, Cassandra Lange, Hello-MTV Unplugged, El Aguante and Influencia. Her last album independently released was The Compilady in 2003. This same year the young singer died mysteriously and tragically, (heart failure was announced) and another musical genious was gone before her time was due. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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