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About

La Montaña Gris, Celtic music and music of the fantasy, was born in August 18, 2001 in Medellín – Colombia. From the very beginning it has been characterized by the diffusion of folklore of Northern Europe commonly known as Celtic music. Pablo Villegas, his founder, considers Celtic music like one of the folklore that allowed the development of music in the West and America and considers that this folklore is a legacy that from the antiquity, the goblins, the fairies and all those characters who we know as representatives of the fantasy, let to feed the joy on the humans. Celtic Music causes, in its listeners, the sensation of the mythical thing and opens the doors of the imagination. Over their 6 years of work the group has performed a large amount of concerts and have been able to create a new musical proposal that is well received in theatres, universities, cultural centers, tourist centres, parks, wooden platforms, schools, bars, cafes, weddings and parties among others. Their First Album “CANTO PRIMIO”, has their best songs, which are sung in English, Spanish and Primia Language, a language that is currently being spoken at The Grey Mountain. Between October and December of 2004 they carried out their first South American tour, which included the following countries: Chile, Argentina, Brazil and Ecuador, performing a large amount of concerts framed on festivals and international shows that allowed “La Montaña Gris” to position themselves and obtain important recognition with Latin American Celtic music media. Between the months of September and December of 2006 toured once again Latin America, performing 30 concerts in Ecuador, Chile, Brazil and Bolivia to introduce their new album “EN EL REGAZO DE LA CARAMAÑOLA” The Group is currently working on the edition of their next DVD titled “TRAS LOS VESTIGIOS DEL FUEGO” a documental about their tours to the American continent. In 2010 recorded a third album titled “ALBOROQUE IRLANDES“. In which make a trip to the Irish pub music. This album is made with the participation of musicians from different parts of Brazil Nowadays the group has 5 musicians who interpret the Violin, Tin Whistle, guitar, acoustic bass, bandola, Traditional percussion, Female voice and Male voices.

 
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