Gardel Awards 2023 LIVE: The gala started with the main shows and objects, who will win the gold?

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With great punctuality, at 21:10 the delivery of the Gardel 2023 awardsin a grand gala ceremony at the Movistar Arena stadium, hosted by Iván de Pineda and broadcast live on Star+.

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Trueno is the most nominated artist: holds 9 nominations in 7 categories, while Dante Spinetta follows with 7 e babasonicos add 6.

vats is present in 5 categories, while María Becerra, Los Autenticos Decadentes, Bizarrap, Fito Páez, Ciro and Los Persas AND Luciano Pereyra They compete in 4 categories.


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L-Ghent AND the joachim They gave the champion another effective and surprising joint, singing from the back of the room and from the main stage.

Best Album by a Rock Group

Eruca Sativa on the red carpet. Photo: Martin Bonetto.

About seven hours after winning a Gardel for Best Feature Video, Eruca Sativa took to the Moistar Arena stage to win with her album dopelganga.

First prize for Babasónicos

The category of Best Alternative Rock Album went to Babasónicos, per advanced trench. The Argentine band led by singer Adrián Dárgelos has released an extended version of their latest album, “Trinchera”, adding three new songs: “Trinchera”, “Carnal Kombat” and “Cicatriz número 23”.

Best Alternative Folk Album

The winner was Noelia Sinkunas, for Greetings. The award-winning pianist and composer was inspired by the sounds of the Litoral to recount her experiences and make her album more personal than her, with guests such as Julieta Laso, Nadia Larcher and Luciana Jury.

Yami Safdie and Flor Paz

The following show was fronted by two talented and rising songwriters who excelled together.

producer of the year

Dante Spinetta triumphed for Sweet table. The artist himself has been in charge of the production of his latest album, where he fully returns to the funk sound he knew from the days of Illya Kuryaki & The Valderramas. “We’ve been making music for 30 years and it can’t be stopped,” he said.

Best Urban Music Album

Won Thunder Of Right or wrongthe second solo album of the rapper from the La Boca neighborhood, who has put together a conceptual album in which he shows his current worldview, with guests such as Nathy Peluso, J Balvin, Duki, Bizarrap and Víctor Heredia himself.

Best urban music song

It was heralded as one of the most anticipated awards, due to the weight of nominated artists. The winners were Bizarro & QuevedoOf Music Sessions Quevedo Bzrp vol.52.
This single, also known as “Quédate”, went number one throughout Latin America, as well as being number one on Billboard’s Global 200 chart. It was also number one on Spotify Global for more than 30 days.

Bizarrap thanked in a video he sent from Mexico, where he is giving shows and recording.

Show and prize for Lavié and Baltar

Raúl washed as he entered the stadium. Photo: Martin Bonetto.

The Lifetime Achievement Award went to Amelita Baltar and Raúl Lavié, who sang together. Half-joking, half-seriously, Lavié said, “I’ve already had lifetime achievement awards, so now the permanence awards are coming.”

Nathy Peluso won with Thunder

THE best record of the year it was for the topic Argentina by Trueno and Nathy Peluso. Brian Taylor and Santiago Ruiz were the recording engineers of this great success of Trueno’s latest album, which was produced by Taylor, Ruiz, Angel López and Federico Vindver.

tropical and tango

Dalila won the best tropical album category and immediately there was another award: Juliet Laso for Best Tango Artist Album.

your album black head It is the fourth solo album by the former Orquesta singer Fernández Fierro, who has exquisitely combined copla and tango, the music of the mountains and the suburbs.

Thunder with Victor Heredia

A view of the Movistar Arena hall during the start of the Gardel Awards. Photo: Martin Bonetto.

One of the great unions of Trueno’s latest album is the theme tug of earth, with Victor Heredia. Together, they took to the Movistar Arena stage and sang it live.

Victor Heredia and Trueno, together live.

Best Rock Artist Album

David Lebón entering the stadium. Photo: Martin Bonetto.

The winner was announced by Andrés Giménez from ANIMAL and the prize went to david lebon. He came over excitedly and said “I can’t believe that at 70 I’m still winning awards.”

won by Lebon & Co., Vol. 2 The successor of the first “Lebón & Co” had luxury guests such as Juanes, Antonio Carmona, Vicentico, Fabiana Cantilo, Knowing Russia, Diego Torres and his old friend Charly García.

multiple winners

In the first half hour of the ceremony there were multiple winners: Chinese bandalos for Best Pop Group, Ulises Bueno for Best Album by a Quartet and The parrots for best reggae/ska album.

the first shows

The start at 21:10 was with The fabulous Cadillacs with his blow bullfighter. Then it was the turn of Leon Giecowho said “The years go by, so do the songs. It’s always an honor to be here.”

First winner: Dante

It is called the fifth solo album of ex Illya Kuryaki & The Valderramas Sweet table and it began to be assembled in the midst of the pandemic, at home. He then went to the La Diosa Salvaje studio with his band and recording and mixing engineer Oscar “Saga” Herrera, together with Mariano Lopez.

The red carpet

Los Pericos at the Gardel Awards. Photo Martin Bonetto

Artists of all genres walked the red carpet and greeted fans, took notes and snapped photos.

This Tuesday 16 is the 25th edition of the Gardel Awards, the highest recognition for music in Argentina. The central ceremony will begin at 21:00 at the Movistar Arena stadium, where a red carpet has also been set up for the arrival of artists of all musical genres.

In total there are 48 items and the vast majority were delivered in a small ceremony beforehand, at 2pm in the Vórterix theatre.

The first winners known this afternoon:

Andrés Gimenez of ANIMAL with his statuette. Photo Martin Bonetto

Best Pop Artist Album: Antigua, Hilda Lizarazu​ ​

Best Quartet Group Album: Sin límites (10 Magical Nights at the Gran Rex), La Konga

Recording engineering: Sweet table, Dante Spinetta

Best Folklore Song: I Sing Verses, Maggie Cullen

Best Tango Song: Ode to the Patagonian strikes, Quinteto Negro La Boca (Feat. Ana Sofía Stamponi & Ernesto Zeppa)

Best Collaboration: Dancing, Los Auténticos Decadentes & Miranda!

Best Catalog Collection: Live Coliseum Theater 1975, Invisible

Best Cover Design: Alejandro Ros for Black Head, Julieta Laso

Best Tropical Song: Inocente (Live at Luna Park), La Delio Valdez and Karina

Best Score for Film/Television/Audiovisual Production: The house (Soundtrack from the Netflix special), Gustavo Santaolalla

Best Concept Album: Arlt Futurology, Fito Páez

Best Chamamé Album: Maria Elena Sosa 40 years old, Maria Elena Sosa, Antonio Tarrago Ros, Jorge Rojas, Teresa Parodi and Facundo Toro

Best Jazz Album: Stick shot, Pipi Piazzolla Trio

Best Classical Album: Melancholia borealis, Noelia Sinkunas, Mercedes Lescano, Carolina Grinspan, Sandra Aquaviva, Paula Pomeraniec, Irene Cadario, Natalia Cabello and Dolores López Mac Kenzie

Best Live Album: Tilcara: The Recital, Divided

Best Heavy Rock/Punk Album: Extreme Intimate – 30 Years, ANIMAL

Best Long Video Clip​: We will be live in spring at La Ballena Azul, Eruca Sativa

Best Pop Song: Guys, Now We’re Excited Again, The Tse-Tse Moscow

Best Album by a Folk Group: Patio vol. II, Juan Quintero, Andrés Pilar and Santiago Segret

Best Electronic Music Album: Future Memories, Hernán Cattáneo and Soundexile

Best Quartet Song: Ya no vuelves (quartet version), characters Luck Ra, La K’onga and Ke

Best Tropical Group Album: The Gold Route, Los Palmeras

Best Children’s Album: Piojos y piojitos 3, Piojos y Piojitos

Best Instrumental-Fusion-World Album: Tamboreras around the world, Vol. 1, Live Pozzebon

Best album for orchestra and/or tango and/or instrumental group: The invisible thread, Lidia Borda and Luis Borda

Best Short Film: Disciplines, Lali

Best album of folk artists: Agua de flores, Paola Bernal

Best album by a romantic-melodic artist: Emotions, María José Demare

Best Alternative Pop Album: Shasei, Benito Cerati

Source: Clarin

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