Pic-Nic

Pic-Nic was a Spanish teenage folk-pop and sunshine pop band formed in Barcelona in the mid-to-late 1960s, composed of lead singer Jeanette, guitarists Toti Soler and Al Cárdenas, drummer Jordi Barangé and bassist Isidoro


Pic-Nic was a Spanish teenage folk-pop and sunshine pop band formed in Barcelona in the mid-to-late 1960s, composed of lead singer Jeanette, guitarists Toti Soler and Al Cárdenas, drummer Jordi Barangé and bassist Isidoro "Doro" de Montaberry. Contrary to popular belief, keyboardist Jordi Sabatés does not appear in any of the group's releases, as he joined the band after their only published recordings sessions happened. Pic-Nic was the successor to the short-lived group Brenner's Folk, originally founded by brothers Haakon Brenner and Vytas Brenner together with Soler, Barangé and Jeanette. After releasing a four-song EP for label Edigsa in 1966, the Brenner brothers left the band, being replaced by Cárdenas and de Montaberry.
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