Na Lúa was formed in the early 1980s in Porriño, Pontevedra, with the intention of dignifying traditional Galician music.
Since its inception, the group went ahead of the times when conceiving traditional music and folk music as elements of a contemporary music with a universal vocation.
Na Lúa assimilated influences from medieval music, Eastern Europe, Latin American rhythms, as well as sounds from Portugal, Ireland, Africa and Asia.
Throughout these years, Na Lua performed at the most significant musical events in Europe and received important awards.
Band members included: Cándido Lorenzo – gaita, clarinet, flutes; Xabier Camba – drums, percussion; Ricardo Pereiro – bajo, vocals; Antón Rodríguez – gaita, sax, flutes; and Xabier Debesa – accordion, vocals, percussion, programming.
Na Lúa (Edigal, 1985)
A Estrela De Maio (Edigal, 1987)
Ondas Do Mar De Vigo (Grabaciones Accidentales, 1988)
Contradanzas (Sons Galiza, 1991)
Peliqueiro (Sons Galiza, 1994)
Os Tempos Son Chegados (Do Fol, 1997)
Feitizo (Do Fol, 1999)