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From Una Última Vez to Frecuencia : a tour celebrating 20 years of Sin Bandera

A review of the Frecuencia Tour performance with the Argentine-Mexican duo Sin Bandera Saturday night, October 21 in LA by Julieta Isela

Guest Column by Julieta Isela

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 Los Angeles California went Frecuencia with the Argentine-Mexican duo Sin Bandera Saturday night, October 21.  It was autumn in Southern California, an ideal time for nostalgia, falling in love, longing for the love that left, or that that will arrive –  or both. It is also the time for the music of Leonel Garcia and Noel Schajris, who together form the duo, Sin Bandera.

The two artists, who reunited after a after a seven-year break in which each artist embraced a successful solo career,  showed again this past weekend why they are the perfect musical team and that their songs  are  the ideal soundtrack for the season as they performed  in front of thousands of fans who gathered at the recently inaugurated YouTube Theater in Inglewood, California, in Los Angeles county.

 The romantic duo gave fans a show that was not for broken hearts, but for those in love. YouTube Theater was filled with heart-rendering sighs and thousands of ecstatic tears streaming down the cheeks of fans in one of LA’s newest and most sonically perfect venues in this city of angels. The theater literally vibrated as almost six thousand fans chanted the iconic songs of the two singer-songwriters as if time had stopped.

And for those in the theater, it had stopped.  Sin Bandera plumbed the deepest emotional depths with melodic, romantic songs like “Entra en mi vida,” “Kilómetros,” “Sirena,” and “Que me alcance la vida.” Listening to them put the audience into another dimension, one not ruled by time, but by the heart. When they sang, there was no other reality in the moment.

For those who may not know them, Sin Bandera is a Latin romantic pop duo consisting of Mexican singer-songwriter Leonel García and Argentine singer-songwriter Noel Schajris.  Formed in 2000 they gained international recognition  and over 8 million monthly followers on Spotify for their ability to reach into the heart of listeners and stir deeply held memories and emotions. They have released several successful albums and have won multiple awards, including the Latin Grammy Award.

Their emotional impact is now the heart of the  Frencuencia Tour, named after their latest album, release in May of last year.  From Mexico to Cuba, and now throughout the United States Sin Bandera has once again left their mark. Their night at the YouTube Theater in Los Angeles was magic, one the fans lucky enough to be there will never forget.

The  Frencuencia Tour has already visited more than 12 cities in the United States, capturing  the hearts of their followers and bringing in new ones.  And what better way to do it than by celebrating together their 20 -year career during this tour titled Frencuencia,   from their latest album released last May of 2022. This 2023 tour will continue to spread the “Frecuencia Way” as it continues to enthrall thousands of fans, leaving an indelible mark in 5 more cities, culminating in New York City this coming December 9th at the United Palace.

Julieta Isela is the President of the Los Angeles-based music event production and promotion group. The Living Sessions.



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About Patrick O'Heffernan, Music Sin Fronteras (485 Articles)
Patrick O’Heffernan, PhD., is a music journalist based in Mexico, with a global following. He focuses on music in English and Spanish that combines rock and rap, blues and jazz and pop with music from Latin America, especially Mexico like cumbia, banda, son jarocho, and mariachi. He is also edits a local news website and is a subeditor of a local Spanish language newspaper. Check out his weekly column Music Sin Frontera on Sunday nights.

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