Télam | Mercedes Ezquiaga
In “I love you, I hate you, give me more”, the manager, producer, businessman and representative reveals the secrets and sins of a rock scene that he knows perfectly. “In some sections, it is a politically incorrect story seen from today, but I preferred to be honest and respect the rigor of the facts as they were,” he confesses in a talk with Télam.
In his biography “I love you, I hate you, give me more”, the manager, producer, impresario and representative Daniel Grinbank reveals the secrets and sins of a rock scene that he knows perfectly, reviewing the milestones of his career, the tours with the band’s most important venues, the creation of Rock & Pop or the visit of the Rolling Stones to Argentina, but also his mistakes, such as that day in the 80s when he declined to sign a band called Soda Stereo, and other confidences such as the Peperina song that Charly García composed for a lover of his.
“Peperina’s lyrics say ‘whispering in the ear of my representative I love you, I hate you, give me more’, that’s me, the same one who says ‘her prince was a hippie from the 60s'”, says Daniel Grinbank (1954) in an interview with Télam, explaining the title of his biography, which has just been published by Planeta, where he reviews why the entertainment industry in Latin America would not be the same without his presence.