Los Pekenikes were a primarily instrumental Spanish pop group of the 1960s signed to Hispavox. In 1967 Spain's national radio station selected the group to represent Spain in the Juan-Antoine de Triomphe Variete Festival promoted by French radio stations.
In 1970/'71 the group had an international hit with the single Tren transoceánico a Bucaramanga.
The Pekenikes have played a great deal of spanish instrumentistal music from the 60s: Founded by two brothers Alfonso Sáinz, Lucas Sáinz, who later united with 3 Students from their school, Instituto Ramiro de Maeztu in Madrid, Juan y Junior, Eddy Guzmán, Felipe Alcover, José Barranco, Tony Luz, Pepe Nieto, Jorge Matey, Felix Arribas, Vicente Gasca, Ignacio Martín Sequeros or even Luis Eduardo Aute, covering english songs and later composing their own melodies. Their first big hit was "Los cuatro muleros", in the middle 60s. In June 1965 they backed "The Beatles" in their Madrid concert.
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