Las Ketchup Sprang a Surprise in Sofia

Society | December 3, 2002, Tuesday // 00:00

The long-awaited concert of chart-breaking pop trio Las Ketchup sprang quite a surprise in Bulgaria December 3. It took no more than fifteen minutes for the sisters Pillar, Lola and Lucia to sing four songs - two of them covers of the hit Asereje - and say "Muchas Gracias" to some 4,000 Bulgaria's Latino-wave fanatics that had gathered in the capital's Winter Palace. Las Kethcup make for the hottest musical sensation that Spain currently boasts. The trio took the musical charts by storm with the single Asereje from their debut album Hijas del Tomate (Tomato's Daughters). Just a month after its release, the album went platinum throughout Europe. The three hot girls are the daughters of a flamenco performer whose nickname was the Tomato. This is how they came up with the idea for the group's name. Before making it big, the sisters had unimpressive solo appearances. Fortune smiled at them when they decided to come together and mix Spanish and Jamaican rhythms.

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