This is the statue of Alejandro El Bocha Sokol that is in the Hurlingham station.


In a project that has taken more than a year, the resident of Hurlingham commissioned the statue to Adrian Bachi Delorto and he began the work in Córdoba. Once finished, the work remained in a Valentín Alsina warehouse, since Marcelo Jorge Fiori Quercetti needed authorization to be able to install it in his desired Hurlingham neighborhood.

This Monday the work that was donated by the follower to the Municipality was inaugurated and is already located at the Hurlingham station of the San Martín railway line, a historic point according to neighbors and fans.


This is the statue of Alejandro El Bocha Sokol that is in the Hurlingham station.

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As expressed by Marcelo Jorge Fiori Quercetti to the media rolling stonesFor them, Bocha was a neighbor: “Far from the lights of success, he even greeted my grandfather and my mother. When we left school we saw him and he always greeted us, he was a great person,” he said.

The renowned composer passed away in 2009 at the age of 48 and is an emblem of the western part of the province. Sokol edited Bodices at dawn (1983) with the band Sumo and lambs in the night (1991), salt masks (1994), dry love (nineteen ninety five), The key to success (1997), So that? (1998), All for a fuck (1999) and waiting for the miracle (2003), among others, with Las Pelotas.

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