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Biografía
Origen:
Cali, Colombia
Décadas:
1997-present

Superlitio is a Latin rock band from Cali, Colombia formed in 1997. Its members are Pedro Rovetto (bass), Pipe Bravo (Lead Voice, keyboards and guitar), Alejandro Lozano (guitar), Armando Gonzalez (drums) and Dino Leandro (Machines and Ukulele). With four independent records including the multi-awarded Tripping Tropicana (produced by Tweety Gonzalez, the same behind Fito Páez and Gustavo Cerati) and their latest album Calidosound (producer by the multi Grammy winner Rafa Sardina), the band has participated and headlined a wide variety of international festivals, reaching all corners of Colombia, Latin America, Latin US and Central America.

Through out their career Superlitio has performed with artist such as Juanes, Café Tacuba, Julieta Venegas, Control Machete, Babasonicos, Molotov, Aterciopelados and Manu Chao.

Apart from being nominated for the Latin Grammy Award (2004) as "Best New Artist", Superlitio has also achieved important awards and recognitions such as the LBE Music Awards (winner for "Best New Latin Alternative Artist"), SHOCK Awards (winner for "Best Recording of the Year", "Band of the Year", "Best Video" and "Best Alternative Band"), and Univision's "Premios Lo Nuestro" nomination for "Best Rock Album".