|Native name Ricardo Jorge Mollo|
Years active 1976 – present
Labels CBS Polygram Sony BMG
Siblings Omar Mollo
|Born August 17, 1957 (age 59) (1957-08-17) |
Genres Rock Funk Argentine music
Occupation(s) Musician Producer Guitarist Composer
Spouse Natalia Oreiro (m. 2001), Érica García (m. 1989–1999)
Children Merlín Atahualpa Mollo, María Azul, Martina Aldabel
Similar Natalia Oreiro, Diego Arnedo, Luca Prodan, Merlín Atahualpa Mollo, Érica García
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Ricardo Mollo (Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 17, 1957) is a musician, producer, singer and composer of argentinian rock. He became known in the 1980s as the guitarist of Sumo, with whom he released four studio albums until 1987, when vocalist of the group, Luca Prodan, died of liver cirrhosis. After Sumo, with the bassist Diego Arnedo, he formed the band Divididos, and currently remains its bandleader.
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He is considered as one of the best musicians and guitarists of Argentine rock. He is also known for his virtuosity on the guitar, and particularly known for his version of "Voodoo Child" by Jimi Hendrix, which he has played with his guitar using his teeth or objects thrown by the public such as: carrots, slippers, sandals, tennis balls, or canes for the blind.
Besides his work as a bandleader, he is a producer and has produced for Lation American artists such as: Cuca, León Gieco, Charly García, Gustavo Cerati, Los Piojos, Las Pelotas, La Renga, Luis Alberto Spinetta, among others.
He was in a relationship with the singer Érica García between 1989 and 1999 and dated professional big wave surfer, Mercedes Maidana from 2000 to 2001.
In 2002, he married Uruguayan actress, Natalia Oreiro, with whom he had a son in 2012.
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Spaghetti del rockNarigón del siglo · 2000
SistersAcariciando lo áspero · 1991
La rubia taradaDivididos por la Felicidad · 1985