Sonus performed at the world-renowned venue, River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires for 15,000 fans
Miami, FL (November 11, 2013) – The members of Sonus, the new pop-rock revelation, were born in the United States and now live in Argentina. This trio of young and talented brothers – Chelo, Alex and Andrew – dazzled their South American country over the weekend, performing at the Z Festival, November 9, at Buenos Aires’ River Plate Stadium. This concert features performances by some of the biggest-selling pop stars and household names in the world. The 15,000 tickets of this mega-concert sold out in 30 minutes, and Sonus delighted an effusive and frenzied crowd – the perfect showcase for their brilliant music, which includes songs like “Vecina” (http://smarturl.it/SonusVecina) and its English version, “Save Me Tonight” (http://smarturl.it/SonusSaveMeTonight). Both songs are available at digital-music outlets worldwide. In fact, “Vecina” is climbing Argentina’s airplay charts, while its music video, filmed on location in California, is in regular rotation at MTV Latin America and is gaining adds at other major Latin American video channels. “Vecina” is an energetic pop-rock song that speaks of unrequited love, in which Chelo, 15, wows us with his expressive voice, while Alex, 21, takes a turn for another part of the verse and is responsible for the electrifying sounds of the guitar. Andrew, 19, is prominent in the mix too…he’s in charge of the drums and also boasts a great voice. In March, Sonus opened for the now-defunct Jonas Brothers, who like them consist of three gifted brothers. Sonus announces its solidarity with the former members of Jonas Brothers, and sends them their unconditional moral support during the changing times they’re experiencing. Sonus‘s November 9 performance in Buenos Aires was the biggest of their career to date, and marks a true milestone in their still-young timeline. About Sonus: Chelo, Alex and Andrew were born in California, but have lived in Argentina for the last 10 years. Like many of their young fans, they speak Spanish and English with ease. And, they write songs in both languages. They’re brimming with positive energy and they’re adored by girls across the Americas. So it’s not surprising that they recently received a prestigious nomination at Univision’s Premios Juventud 2013 in the category of Revelación Juvenil (Young Breakout). Other major presentations by this group include March’s iconic Calle Ocho Festival in Miami, and the holiday-themed Rock The Red Kettle concert in L.A., where they shared billing with such artists as Owl City, Hot Chelle Rae and Bridgit Mendler. Sonus recently signed with Sony Music and their first album is expected to be released early 2014.
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