It was a surprise, but Chano he couldn’t with his genius: after a couple of tracks from his solo discography he said: “Stay because today something historic is coming”.
It was just after 8pm, the sun had already set and the night was ideal to enjoy the multiple options of the festival. Thunder had finished his big show and most of the audience moved to the Flow stage to see Chano, not knowing the surprises under his arm.
At 20:30 the singer interrupted his show and announced: “I have news: he will be back in five minutes so bionic and the group will live one last magical night in a stadium in the city of Buenos Aires”.
Soon after, the screen started a countdown, the classic started playing An army of seven nations which always preceded the Tan Biónica shows. So all of a sudden the coup started Magic Citywith Chano dressed in his military jacket from almost a decade ago.
Seven years after their separation, the brothers Chano and Bambi Moreno Charpentier, Sebi Seoane and Diega Lichtenstein they sounded like their best days, and the setlist was a handful of hits that have become true classics of a generation over the past decade.
After Shewith his refrain “She has swing…”, Chano took the floor again: “How nice, friends, to come back here and give them this gift”.
And he added: “Let’s light up the sky over San Isidro with cell phones and sing the national anthem of desolation.” they played there the melody of Godknown to all as November 4th.
The farewell, also in the style of the old Tan Biónica shows, was with all you need is love blared from the speakers, as the band said goodbye and Chano returned to thank everyone: “Thank you for this magical moment. On the nostalgic hearts of the bionic child!”.
From intensive care to Biónica tanning
It should be remembered that just a week ago Chano gave his first recital after spending a month in hospital, including seven days in intensive care.
The show was held in the Atenas stadium in the city of La Plata with sold out tickets and was held again on Saturday March 11th.
The striking thing was that in the middle of the recital the singer opened his heart to talk to his fans. “I was intubated, with a tube they put down your throat so you could breathe. Many people who wake up intubated after being in a coma don’t give a damn. I tore it and hurt my vocal cords,” he acknowledged.
It was then that he clarified that “To sing today I had to get two injections of Dúo decadrón”. It should be noted that this drug is a corticosteroid with a rapid onset of action and a prolonged effect, which acts as a potent anti-inflammatory.
In another section of the recital, Chano explained his presence there and told the audience about the decision he made as soon as he woke up from his coma: “The first thing I did was call my manager and I told him ‘please, the only thing you’ll do for me right now is not cancel the show.'”
After this revelation, he received an ovation from his fans, grateful to see him back on stage. The singer for his part was very moved by all the love.
Charles Hurd is an entertainment journalist for News Rebeat. He brings a fresh and engaging voice to the world of pop culture, covering the latest developments in film, television, music, and more.