The World Routes program “Radio3” of BBC of London achieved a decade of activity and among the guests was Manuelcha Prado, who heeded the call of Lucy Duran, the distinguished musicologist that produces and leads the program through which shares traditional music gathered from travels by different peoples around the world.
It was in the studies of the BBC where Jimmy Page found to Manuelcha. Both pass the same halls of fame. Page, leader of Led Zeppelin, has worked with The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Queen, The Kinks, Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck. For those who have been entertained these two very different styles of guitar, this is truly a historic photograph.
From London to Peru
The presence of the guitarist in that city in the UK is of great interest because it has participated in concerts performed by Maida Vale studios in London alongside world class artists of ethnic music as Youssou N’Dour (Senegal ) , Selim Sessler ( Turkia) Khusugtun (Mongolia), among others.
Fuente: Diario La Primera