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Known for his classic songs Sugar Man and I Wonder, Rodriguez spent years in the wilderness before the enthusiasms of people like David Holmes brought a whole new audience to his music.

The film Searching For Sugar Man, now available on DVD and just nominated for Best Documentary at the 2013 BAFTA’s , celebrates his extraordinary body of legendary songwriting. Eventim is the place to look for Rodriguez tickets and tour dates.

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About this Artist

Artist Biography

It seems it generally takes the world around forty years to find out about and recognise some long-neglected Detroit musical legends.In 2003 this happened when the film called 'Standing In The Shadows Of Motown' introduced the world to the Funk Brothers. Never heard of them? Well, this esteemed group of the finest Detroit session musicians of the d...
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Press Quotes

“A treasure hunt of a movie that repays in musical gold.”
****The Times

"An uplifting documentary showcasing a rare musical talent…a must-see for music fans"

“I’m still reeling from the jaw dropping Sixto Rodriguez biopic Searching for Sugar Man.”

“Sugar Man is wonderful, as unusual and heartwarming a tale as you’ll see all year.”
      3 stars, from 7 Fan reports
  • London - Hammersmith Apollo


    great guitarist and singer from Suemerlyn, 25/03/14
    Wonderful to finally see this man after watching Searching for Sugarman. Especially good to hear him sing some of his well known own songs. He is evidently older than he should be to be touring - such a shame he was not acknowledged much earlier in his life. The only thing I would add is that I wish he had performed more of his own material and less covers. But really glad to see him - a privilege.
  • London - Hammersmith Apollo


    re: boring gig from Davros Davies, 19/03/14
    Easily one of most boring gigs Ive been to. Im British and maybe you need a long term sentimental attachment to Rodriguez to appreciate him live but his music is for a quiet evening in doing the ironing. I enjoyed the documentary and his story but for me seeing him live was an expensive step too far.
  • London - Eventim Apollo


    Is this a once in a lifetime gig? from Deborah, 18/03/14
    Rodriguez mesmerises from the first glimpse - unique character, fascinating. His frail entrance and exit belied his strong performance, but made me wonder if I would ever see him again - was he enjoying himself enough? The Apollo is a fine venue, but I wondered if he would appreciate a more intimate setting, where engagement with the audience would be very easy.

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