La Ley is a Chilean rock band formed in 1987, members are Beto Cuevas, Mauricio Claveria, and Pedro Frugone.
La Ley would become very popular in Latin America with the release of their album Invisible (one million copies sold) although his biggest selling album was its MTV Unplugged with a million and a half copies sold, besides being the only Chilean musical group to achieve an American Grammy award.
Invisible tactics for sale in July 1995, with advertising and launches in several countries in Latin America and the Hispanic market in the United Kingdom. Placing five singles on the radio: "El Duelo", "Día Cero", "Cielo Market", "Hombre" and "1-800 dual".
Invisible Tour lasted about two years without stopping, filling out the Auditorio Nacional in Mexico, the 11 and 12 of October 1996, one of the most important venues in the country.
In February 1998, with a large advertising campaign, Vertigo album was released, an album with electronic and dance sounds. Vertigo "is a work in which La Ley tests their experimental side, entering the field of acid house, as seen in his song" Opacity ".
In 1999 they recorded the album Uno, published in March 2000. The singles: "Aqui" "Fuera de mi", "Eternidad", "Verano Espacial" and "Paraiso". This album brought the group to a great international popularity, with numerous awards such as a Grammy.
The following year, the group meets Archie Frugone, bassist, brother of Pedro Frugone, and were invited by MTV to realize an acoustic session called La Ley MTV Unplugged.
This album received gold and platinum discs in the Americas, in addition to getting three Latin Grammy nominations (Latin Grammys), taking the award for "Best Vocal Album by a Group of Rock", two MTV Latin America Awards (MTV awards for Latin America): "Best Rock Artist" and "Best Group of the Year", several nominations for the Latin Billboard Awards and an ASCAP award for Beto Cuevas, for writting "Mentira".
The feelings of the group towards the attack on the Twin Towers on September 11 and the US invasion of Afghanistan led to the recording of the album Libertad, produced by Humberto Gatica and KC Porter, the singles "Ámate y Sálvate", "Más Allá" and "Mi Ley."
In 2005 La Ley was invited to perform at the Festival of Vina del Mar; during the presentation Luciano Rojas and Rodrigo Aboitiz appeared unexpectedly on stage, doing an anthology of the first songs of the group, with the song "Desiertos". The group was awarded with the Gaviotas de oro y plata. That night was the last song "Tejedores de Ilusion", making a remembrance of their late founder Andres Bobe. Having finished his farewell tour, they announced that the group would retire, but left open the possibility of returning to meet like a quintet.
The October 18, 2013, Beto Cuevas announced in his Twitter account the return of the band to perform at the Festival of Viña del Mar 2014. The other big news was the arrival in the band Zeta Bosio, former bassist Soda Stereo.
January 29, 2014 La Ley performed in front of 80,000 people in Mar del Plata, Argentina. February 26, had a successful spell at the Festival of Viña del Mar. The show featured tribute to founder of the band Andrés Bobe and Gustavo Cerati, plus the release of his new single, "Olvidar".
In late November 2015, Beto Cuevas told Radio Cooperativa that La Ley will release the first single from his new album Adaptacion. Three days later they released the song Ya no Estas.
Also at the end of that year, the band announced the global "Adaptacion Tour" 2016. The tour began with a successful concert at the Teatro La Cúpula on January 28, and then travel around the country for the rest of that month. The tour is expected to continue during February to early March. Thursday 4 February the band released their latest music video, "Ya no Estas".
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