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+ Jaime Buenaventura | 03.Jun 20h · BCN
+ Sr. Canario | 04.Jun 20h · BCN

Travis are bringing their classic 9x platinum album “The Man Who” to the stage. One of the most successful British albums of the last 20 years, produced by Nigel Godrich(Radiohead), “The Man Who” spent an astonishing 11 weeks at Number 1 and won the best album BRIT award. Two time ‘Best Band’ BRIT Award winners Travis have a rich touring history including headline slots at some of the world’s biggest festivals like Glastonbury, Montreux JazzFestival, Roskilde Denmark among many others. This year Travis will bring his alternative rock and britpop to the Room Music Festival in Madrid and Barcelona.


Jaime Buenaventura is a pop-rock young musician and composer in Spanish language. A transgressor artist, his catchy and bold refrains show the manifold influences received by other artists such as Pete Doherty, Ivan Ferreiro or Andrés Calamaro, just to mention a few.

In September 2016 his first single would see the light, “Cansado de Escribirte”, a song which evokes the guitar sounds of the 80’s bands inspired by The Cure, with a sharp and ironic message about heartbreak and disillusion. It was presented live in 2017 with the other songs of his first EP (Resilencias, 2016), in an epic sold out show at Moby Dick (Madrid); opening also at Ivan Ferreiro’s concert (Razzmatazz – Barcelona), within the Room Music Festival, and as part of the WarmUp 2018 lineup (Murcia)

Jaime Buenaventura is working now on his first studio album and preparing with his band their next new live show.


After 13 years as a guitarist for the Catalan band Mishima, Dani Vega appears alone under the pseudonym ‘Sr. Canario’. After advancing several first tracks like ‘Miedos’, ‘Visiones’ o ‘Xtrems’, at the end of 2017 he released his debut album, ‘Estado Natural’ under the label of La Cupula Music Records.

Sr. Canario is presented as the creative explosion of a great arranger who to date had not presented himself as a composer; it is the consolidation of a producer with a peculiar way of understanding music, study and production; and it is, of course, the debut of a new voice that bursts with shame and humility. A voice that looks at the 80’s, redeems the fusion of the 90’s and is planted in 2017 with a desire to be heard without prejudice or nonsense.

Finally, the year 2016 he decided to compose his first solo album, assuming all facets of production, recording, along with his band formed for the occasion by kids from the Esmuc, el Taller de musics and La escena de Palafrugell (Tame Impalafrugell). To carry out his project, Vega has surrounded himself with friends and acquaintances to build his first work, produced by himself.