Flavio Cianciarulo

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Sr. Flavio
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photo credit: Yerson O
Background information
Birth nameFlavio Oscar Cianciarulo
Born (1964-07-26) July 26, 1964 (age 55)
GenresJazz, rock, ska, reggae, groove metal
Occupation(s)Musician, songwriter
InstrumentsBass, upright bass, guitar, vocals
Years active1985–present
Associated actsLos Fabulosos Cadillacs, The Flavio Mandinga Project, Misterio
Websitewww.flavioylamandinga.com.ar

Flavio Oscar Cianciarulo (born July 26, 1964), a.k.a. Sr. Flavio, is the electric and upright bass player from the reunited Argentine band Los Fabulosos Cadillacs[1][2] and Latin American supergroup De La Tierra.

Sr. Flavio (as called by fans and members) has been the bass player from the beginning of the band when they were called Cadillac 57. He also sang many of the songs, and was one of the main songwriters of the band along with singer Vicentico.

After the unofficial separation of the band Sr. Flavio began a solo career, first with Flavio Calaveralma Trío and later with La Mandinga. He has also released a folklore and heavy metal album in collaboration with Ricardo Iorio and an album with Misterio, a band he formed with his son Ástor (drums) and Nico Valle (upright bass). In 2012 he joined Latin American groove metal quartet De La Tierra with members of Sepultura, A.N.I.M.A.L. and Mana

Solo albums[edit]

  1. Flavio Solo, Viejo y Peludo (2001)
  2. Welcome to Terror Dance [EP] (2006)
  3. Nueva ola (2011)

Iorio-Flavio[edit]

  1. Peso Argento (1997)

Flavio Calaveralma Trío[edit]

  1. El marplatense (2003)

The Flavio Mandinga Project[edit]

  1. Cachivache (2004, as Flavio y la Mandinga)
  2. Sonidero (2005)
  3. Supersaund 2012 (2007)

Misterio[edit]

  1. Beat Zombie (2006)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "El cerebro que mueve a Los Fabulosos Cadillacs". El Porvenir (in Spanish). 23 August 2009. Retrieved 14 September 2010.
  2. ^ "El Festival Vive Latino reúne a 100.000 personas en México". El País (in Spanish). 27 May 2008. Retrieved 14 September 2010.

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