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‘La Ley’ will rock El Paso en Español

La Ley will perform in El Paso presenting their tour show Retour at 7 p.m. on Oct. 23 at the Don Haskins Center.
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La Ley will perform in El Paso presenting their tour show “Retour” at 7 p.m. on Oct. 23 at the Don Haskins Center.

Grammy award winners and Rock en Español band, La Ley, is scheduled to make a stop in the Sun City to present their “Retour” show at 7 p.m. on Thursday Oct. 23 at the Don Haskins Center. Originally from Chile and composed of Andrés Bobe, Rodrigo Aboitiz, Luciano Rojas and Mauricio Claveria, La Ley has toured globally since the ’90s. The rock band has released eight albums and their music has rose to the top of Spanish rock charts consistently. The concert will feature opening bands Moderatto and Belanova. “We are thrilled to have La Ley at the Don Haskins Center, their rick catalog of Spanish rock is sure to entertain El Paso–Juárez crowds,”Jorge Vazquez, executive director of UTEP’s Office of Special Events, said in a previous press release. “The addition of Moderatto and Belanova to this tour will make the night unforgettable for music lovers.” Ticket prices range from $25-$90. To purchase please visit ticketmaster.com or contact the Office of Special Events at 747-5481.

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    Prospector ReaderAug 2, 2014 at 3:08 PM

    To the writer and editor of this piece: please be very mindful as an aspiring journalist/writer that Wikipedia is not always a reliable source of information as its content, albeit close to truth in the majority of instances, is user-generated.
    If the people involved in writing/editing this story had at least read through the entirety of the Wikipedia piece they referenced, they would have read that the band is in actuality made up of three members (as referenced by the updated picture used to accompany this article), only one of which is listed in the body of the article as follows:
    “Originally from Chile and composed of Andrés Bobe, Rodrigo Aboitiz, Luciano Rojas and Mauricio Claveria, La Ley has toured globally since the ’90s.”
    For as short and incomplete as the Wikipedia piece may be, it does list Andrés (1962-1994), Rodrigo and Luciano as FORMER members, and goes on to list the current Members, Beto, Pedro and Mauricio.
    In the future, if you find yourself pressed for time, use the band’s Official Website…you may find more accurate information there.

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