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October 22, 2013 AT 3:28 PM
After eight years out of the spotlight, La Ley is making their comeback. The band will be participating in the Vina Del Mar Festival, and going on tour in Latin America. According to the daily newspaper, La Tercera, details of the tour will be announced by the groups lead Beto Cuervas at the Latin Grammy Awards in November. The band is set to pay tribute to the original founder of the band, Andres Bobe, to mark the twentieth anniversary of his death. La Ley first made a name for themselves in the nineties in Latin America, and later became the first Chilean band to win a Grammy in the United States.