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The pop music icons a-ha are returning to Argentina with their Hunting High And Low Tour 2020. After his last show on 2015 in Buenos Aires, theirs presenting in Movistar Arena (Humboldt 350 CABA) on September 5th to came play all the hits in his Career.
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The Norwegian trio, who dominated pop charts worldwide during the ’80s, are celebrating the 35th anniversary of their hugely influential debut album Hunting High And Low and its timeless classic hit Take On Me.
a-ha – singer Morten Harket, keyboardist Magne Furuholmen and guitarist Pål Waaktaar-Savoy – have sold more than 55 million albums and remain one of the world most loved pop bands, regularly playing stadiums and festivals.
A-ha – singer Morten Harket, keyboardist Magne Furuholmen and guitarist Pål Waaktaar-Savoy – have sold more than 55 million albums and remain one of the UK and Europe’s most loved pop bands, regularly playing stadiums and festivals.
-“The first band I ever loved was a-ha. I put a-ha’s first record on – I just remembered how much I loved it. It’s incredible song writing – some of the most beautiful songs I’ve ever heard … Everyone asks what inspired us, what we’ve been trying to steal from and what we listened to as we were growing up. Back when we didn’t have any hits of our own, we used to play a-ha songs.”-
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The trio have also scored global hits with the James Bond theme The Living Daylights as well as Cry Wolf, I’ve Been Losing You and the 2005 Max Martin-collaboration Analogue, while their most recent release was an MTV Unplugged collection in 2017 featuring collaborations with Echo & The Bunnymen’s Ian McCulloch and Alison Moyet. NME recently declared Hunting High And Low as “one of the albums that have stood the test of time and still sounds great today”.
Not surprisingly, a-ha can’t wait to return to Argentina shores again. As Pål Waaktaar-Savoy says, “There’s not one song on that album we’re not looking forward to playing live.”
On their last visit they commented – “We always had a great time in Buenos Aires. I remember when we were for the first time in 1991. The fans are amazing and it was an experience I can’t forget. On our last visit we had the possibility of staying a few more days because of the earthquake that Chile suffered. We had to reschedule the show and we could travel around the city a little and learn more about that beautiful country.”-