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(guitar / composer)
Bruce Kulick (guitar on track 06)
"Libertad" featuring : Alex Staropoli, Tano Romano, Fofi
"Hoy Lo Entiendo" featuring : Nico Borie, Barilari.
"Mil Destinos" featuring : Emmanuel Gerbam, Florencia Alba,
"No Va Más" feat. : Wojtek Deregowski, Leo Da Silva, Oliver
Wakeman, Billy Sheehan.
Walfredo Reyes, Jr. & Juan Miguel
"Ciudad Tóxica" feat. : Lucho Astudillo, Gustavo Eiriz, Joel
Hoekstra, Bruce Kulick.
"Circo Del Miedo" featuring : Cristian Lapolla, Ariel Imaz, Bela
"Condena Fatal" featuring : Derek Sherinian, Nicolas Lo Gioco,
"He Dicho" featuring : Chloe Trujillo, Tavo Garay, Paolo Andrea
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Press release / promo letter
Darío Imaz has teamed-up with a talented crew of all-star
international musicians to create one of the largest charity
albums ever seen in Latin-America. In partnership with the Mamis
Solidarias foundation, this album will improve the lives of
vulnerable and underprivileged children in Argentina in the
hopes of transforming their future.
Says Darío: "This is another example of just how compassionate,
unified, and thoughtful the rock community can be when there are
those in need."
Packed with emotion, tight harmonies, and featuring some of the
best musicians in the world, "Vox Popurrí - Vol. I" is a
must-have for any rock lover. When the album ends, you’ll either
regret never learning Spanish or find yourself singing along
with the catchy songs already. Experience the most far-reaching
collaboration in Latin-American rock history!
Vox Popurrí - Vol. I will be released on September 15 via all
digital streaming platforms. Pre-save the album here, and watch
a video for the song, "No Va Más", below.
Darío Imaz : Vox Popurrí - Vol. I (2023)Vox Popurrí - Vol. I
featuring Marty Friedman, Billy Sheehan (Mr. Big, The Winnery
Dogs), Bruce Kulick (KISS), Joel Hoekstra (Whitesnake), Derek
Sherinian (Dream Theater, Alice Cooper), Alex Staropoli
(Rhapsody Of Fire), Oliver Wakeman (YES), Brad Divens (Souls at
Zero, Wrathchild America), Chloe Trujillo, Walfredo Reyes Jr.
(Santana, Chicago), Adrián Barilari (Argentina's rock legend,
singer of Rata Blanca), Nico Borie (Chilean YouTuber with more
than 1.6M subscribers), Cristian Lapolla (from A.N.I.M.A.L., one
of the biggest metal bands in Latin America), Tano Romano
(Founder member of Hermética, legendary band in Argentina ),
Kyle Brian (Vigil Of War), Wojtek Deregowski (Tina Karol),
Florencia Alba (Daraa), and many more.
Born in Argentina, Darío Imaz spent his childhood with a guitar
in one hand and a book in the other. At 14, he was already
touring with metal bands nation-wide, and at 18 he was a session
guitarist for the Mapuche musician Juan Namuncurá.
Attracted by the cultures of the world, Darío traveled
extensively to remote places in the Middle East and East Asia.
Afterward, he settled down in Japan where he has lived since
Bent on developing a singular sound of his own after playing in
multiple bands, Darío began to create his solo project,
influenced by the diverse music he had experienced around the
Darío Imaz stands out most for his versatility when composing,
including in his repertoire of music everything from electronic
sounds (EDM) to melodies influenced by traditional Japanese
Darío's artistic development is also multifaceted. Upon arriving
in Japan, he began developing a career in acting and modeling
that led him to act in numerous Japanese TV shows and renowned
films. He has had the honor of acting alongside Kristen Stewart
and Nicholas Hoult, and has been directed by Takeshi Kitano, a
leading director of Japanese cinematography. In May 2021, he
published his first book, GEOILUSIÓN, in which he recounts his
travels through almost 50 countries.
After releasing two self-produced albums (writing, playing, and
mixing all instruments on his own), Darío’s new album Vox
Popurrí - Vol. I showcases his peak artistic inspiration and