Barcelona punctuated by several solo tours, on
scenes from England, Ireland and Scotland, from France,
from Italy, Belgium, Holland and Germany.
Since 2016, he lives in Manchester for his continuous learning of Folk. In this highly symbolic city, he has earned the status of a musician and Folk performer, and plays regularly in Irish pubs to immerse himself in his artistic atmosphere.
His influences are Irish Celtic music, American music (Root American Folk Music), Cajun repertoire, Breton folklore and Scottish ballads; and groups like The Dubliners, Try Yann or Djiboudjep. His repertoire includes traditional songs and covers in English, French, Spanish, Catalan and Occitan.
The songs written by Nelson Poblete tell stories, in Spanish and Catalan, addressing various existential issues with humor, nostalgia and poetry. In this way, he offers a singular and critical vision of the world, like the poets singers whom he admires and inspires: Serrat, Bob Dylan, Brassens, Brel, Fabrizio de Andre, Eddie Vedder, Tom Waits, Ewan MacColl, Luke Kelly, etc.
A writer of historical novels and a passionate historian, during his doctorate at the University of Barcelona, he acquired a solid knowledge of medieval Occitan culture, especially popular literature, medieval symbols, and poetry. troubadours.