The son of human rights activist Marisela Escobedo was called “fragile” and showed off his third album: “Rocanrol”
Many years ago, a tragedy caused Eduardo Fraire Escobedo to change his residence, leaving his family, friends, and memories of his lifetime in Ciudad Juárez. However, what he did not stop was his desire to succeed and grow in the field of music. Today, the musician is named after Fraile’s stage name and released his third album “Rocanrol”.
Fraile is the son of singer, composer, guitarist and activist Marisela Escobedo, and now lives in Austin, where he has independently released three albums through digital platforms.
Eduardo, 40, recalled playing in a rock band in high school, interrupted himself while pursuing a career, but then returned to the path of music, he did not deviate.
“It all started in El Paso, I was in high school in Jefferson, where I joined the first band, born from another band, and then for a while I stopped playing and went to study my career, but finished the game. Then I was full,” he pointed out.
After obtaining a degree as a computer system engineer and starting to practice his profession, he met colleagues from the Solara Group, and the project has been underway for five years.
Forced to leave his land
During that period, his mother was murdered, and Eduardo and his brother had to go into exile in the United States.
“When I had to leave Juarez because of my mother’s situation, we released an album. At that time we worked with my mixing engineer and teacher Drago Johnson, but because of this situation I had to Leaving, I left the band, I came to America”.
Therefore, since the beginning of 2011, the musician has been living in San Antonio and later in Austin, where he has recorded three albums, “Beat the Wall” (2019), “Todo Romance” (2020 Years) and “Rocan Roll” was released. On April 20 last year.
Regarding this material, Eduardo said that the first album is more adventurous and can meet the needs of making music, but the second album has more plans and is better produced.
In the process of working hard, he promised that the third album is more beautiful, including “Lagüerapunkera”, “El hombre sin cabeza”, “Supergrifo” and “You little boy”.
He said: “As the title says, this album is a story about rock music. The song talks about different situations, but in the final analysis, this is a very rock album.”
Regarding the creative process, he said that it is very diverse. A song can start with chords or a letter, and in many cases, some colleagues’ suggestions give it nourishment.
Although Austin already has bands performing live, Freiler plans to perform at his own pace instead of performing at bars or music festivals, but will spontaneously share his music in the streets, parks and squares.