El Arlequin, una banda que promete rock!

El pasado sábado 19 de Marzo, Miusync tuvo la oportunidad de cubrir el evento del Exa Live, ubicado en plaza Lindavista, donde asistieron de entre algunas bandas “El Arlequin”. A continuación les presentamos la entrevista que realizamos:

Estate pendiente del video en vivo que subiremos pronto del performance que hicieron, presentándoles algunas canciones importantes como  “Nube Rosa”.


Como lo prometido es deuda, aquí está el Live Performane de El Arlequín.

El Arlequín – Nube Rosa (Exa Live) @Miusync

Para más información de la banda visita su: FacebookMyspace


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