Latin Artists to Perform Free Pre-Grammy Concert in East L.A.

By EGP Staff Report

(EGP photo by Humberto Howard)

Fans of Grammy nominated Latin artist Quetzal and Los Cojolites will perform a free pre-Grammy concert Feb 9 at the Breed Street Shul in Boyle Heights.

Quetzal and Los Cojolites are both nominated for Grammy’s in the Latin genre division, for Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album. The bands incorporate a style categorized as fadango jarocho, which mixes Spanish, African and Indigenous music and dance.

The free concert is being held to celebrate Grammy’s first time multi-nominations of fandango jarocho influenced albums, and will take place at 8 p.m. at the Breed Street Shul located at 247 N. Breed St., Los Angeles, 90033.

The event will also include special appearances by members of Ozomatli and La Santa Cecilia.

“We have all been connected through the fandango practice but also through the ongoing commitment we have to our communities by the projects we continuously create and engage in together,” said Martha Gonzalez of Quetzal.

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January 31, 2013  Copyright © 2012 Eastern Group Publications, Inc.

Comments

One Response to “Latin Artists to Perform Free Pre-Grammy Concert in East L.A.”

  1. Ben(flaco Jimenez) Hernandez on May 30th, 2013 11:28 pm

    Me and my carnalita Lety de Santa Ana love your music

    I love when Cesar Castro plays with you.
    Keep on trucking my young carnales,
    Benjie De Santa Ana
    PS My father was born in Santa Ana in the 30s and went to a segregated school. And my grandfather was born in Santa Ana also .My Mami is from
    Puerto Rico.
    Que Viva La Musica!
    “Ray Barretto”

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