Jarabe de Palo

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Jarabe de Palo
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Jarabe de Palo in concert in 2005
Background information
Origin Barcelona, Spain
Genres Spanish rock
Years active 1996–present
Labels Virgin Records (1996–2008)
Tronco Records (2008–present)
Website JarabeDePalo.com
Members Pau Donés (vocals and guitars)
Carmen Niño (bass)
Alex Tenas (drums)
Jordi Busquets (vocals and guitars)
Riki Frouchtman (guitars)

Jarabe de Palo are a Spanish rock group from Spain led by Pau Donés (1966), singer, songwriter, and guitarist.

Going Independent[edit]

In 2008, the band announced they were going to leave their record company and go independent, founding their own record label TRONCO RECORDS. They changed their name to "Jarabedepalo" because their former record label had the rights to the name.

In 2009 they released a new album, "Orquesta Reciclando" ("Recycling Orchestra"), in which they made new versions of their old hits, including a new song.

In 2011 the album "¿Y Ahora que Hacemos?" was released. In 2014, "Somos" was released.

Awards and collaborations[edit]

The group has received great awards such as Premios de la Música, Premio Ondas, and Grammy nominations. They have collaborated with La Vieja Trova Santiaguera, Antonio Vega, Vico C and Celia Cruz (soundtrack of El milagro de P. Tinto). Pau has also composed tracks for Ricky Martin and starred in a music video with Alanis Morissette. They also collaborated with Italian musicians Jovanotti, Niccolò Fabi and Modà.


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Band members[edit]

Current members[edit]

  • Pau Donés - vocals, guitar
  • David Muñoz - guitar
  • Jordi Vericat - bass, background vocals
  • Alex Tenas - drums
  • Jaime Burgos - keyboards, piano
  • Jimmy Jenks Jimenez - sax

Former members[edit]

  • Jordi Mena - guitar
  • Dani Forcada - percussions
  • Joan Gené - bass
  • Marià Roch - bass
  • Toni-Chupi Saigi - keyboards
  • Quino Béjar - percussions
  • Toni Saigi - keyboards
  • Kyke Serrano - keyboards
  • Dani Baraldes - guitar
  • Jordi Busquets - guitar
  • Carmen Niño - bass
  • Riki Frouchtman - guitar

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