Rocker Rob Reischak Joins Natalia Jimenez at L.A.'s Microsoft Theater Friday
May 19, 2022
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Acclaimed guitarist Rob Reischak will join Grammy-winning music artist Natalia Jiménez for a concert at Microsoft Theater Friday at L.A. Live in downtown Los Angeles.
Known for his innovative guitar work and his unique melodic stylings that blend, pop, rock, jazz and rhythm and blues, Reischak brings a decided edge to the acclaimed Spanish artist’s sound as part of her North American tour. With several accomplishments over the years and a resume that includes working with such artists as Steve Vai, Cristian Castro, Eric Lee, Vaud and the Villains, Fehr Rivas and other, the rocker is stepping back onto the Los Angeles stage once again.
“I’m very excited to join with Natalia and her amazing band at Microsoft Theater Friday,” Reischak said. “She is an outstanding musician who is legendary for her powerful voice and unique melodies that have wowed audiences all over the world.”
The show, which begins at 8 p.m., is part of a tour that has taken the band to Colorado, Texas, Florida and most recently to New Jersey, New York and Boston for sold out shows and rave reviews. Jimenez and Reischak will continue the tour with shows at Long Beach Pride in July.
“I’m thrilled to work with Rob who brings a great energy and great musicianship to the band during this exciting tour,” said Jiménez’ music director Javo Barrera. “We’re especially excited to bring the joy of music to fans who have had to endure the pain and challenges of this current pandemic.”
A Madrid native, Jiménez is known for her work as lead singer for the Spanish pop band La Quinta Estación from 2001 to 2011. The band achieved much success with a series of hit albums earning her and the band Latin Grammy Awards for Best Latin Pop Album and twice for Best Pop Vocal Album Duet or Group before she went solo and on to individual success with a string of hit albums and singles that earned her Female Artist of the Year at the Latin Billboard Awards, as well as the Composers Award from ASCAP for “Creo en Mi” along with other awards.
Besides the tour, Reischak is also working on country-rocker Eric Lee’s debut album being recorded in L.A. and mixed in Nashville with Grammy Award winning record producer and engineer Vance Powell. The album will follow his hit single “Same Dirt Road,” which has reached nearly 5 million streams on Spotify and 1.4 million views on YouTube. The album, due out this year will include a tour where Reischak will be the featured artist.
Meanwhile, Reischak is preparing to release his first solo album this fall after delays due to the current pandemic, with two singles from the collection set to arrive this summer. The album release will include a tour this fall.