His new tattoo went viral on social media. He did so the day after he shared the stage with former soda stereo Zeta Bossio and Charlie Alberti.
less than 24 hours from the last presentation of Distasteful game at River Plate Stadium, Chris Martin He stunned his fans and got a tattoo of the iconic phrase from an Argentine singer before leaving the country.
These are the two words that later became the trademark of national music. gustavo cerati On September 20, 1997, Soda Stereo’s first goodbye would immortalize him at Memorial Stadium.
“Total thanks”, the British interpreter had chosen to write in cursive on his right forearm. An intervention that was done with a tattoo artist who works in the vicinity of River Court.
It was she who shared on her social networks the moment she shared with Chris Martin, as well as a selfie with him and the result of her work.
“He asked me to do everything by hand,” he elaborated on his Instagram account @zina_samoletova, who is in charge of writing the phrase on the singer’s skin. In a story posted on her profile, she highlighted the fact that the Briton did not ask her for any special font and let her write in her own style.
Chris Martin got the tattoo this Monday after sharing the stage with Soda Stereo’s two live musicians: Zeta Bossio and Charlie Alberti, who guest-starred on Coldplay’s ninth show in the country.
Although this came as a surprise to fans, many of them had foreseen that the lyrics would be sung after the band’s first show in Argentina. of light music, A song that caused a stir among the audience and confirmed the knowledge of the Coldplay musicians about the historical rock group.
The surprise was that this time he played another hit of Soda Stereo: american blind,
Coldplay with Zeta and Charlie Albertic
This all happened before the first hour of the show, when the Coldplay singer had already performed some songs on the so-called “Stage B” located in the middle of the court, moving along a long catwalk.
Returning to the main stage, Soda Stereo merged with Coldplay: Charlie Alberti on drums and Zeta Bossio on bass, playing classic hits. american blind and then of light music, which had become a definite subject of the repertoire in Argentina. Drummer Will Champion backed the tambourine, and guitarist Jonny Buckland added.
To crown the match, the entire stadium was set on fire and chanting for soda, Zeta and Charlie stayed on stage during Yellow, Zeta on bass and Charlie on tambourine.
Before the theme, Chris Martin dedicated it subtly to Gustavo Cerrati: “To all the friends we lost, to all those who are no longer here,” he said, pointing to the sky in English, And added in Spanish: “I don’t know the word in Spanish”. Zeta whispered in his ear what the phrase would sound like and gave him the microphone. “For those who are no more”narrowed down
“Okay, then, please raise your hands. Let’s sing ‘hello’ to heaven,” asked the Englishman.