The band was born in 2003 with the name "Pegatina Sound System" after Ovidi i Adrià meet Rubén, who up to that moment was playing solo. They decided to throw forward the project, without knowing to where it would go. One year later they had more than 20 performances under their belts and were one of the most active groups in the Catalan market. The band were starting to take part in festivals and performances in different places in Spain.
Carlinhos Brown is a Brazilian musician from Salvador, Bahia. He took the surname Brown from the Black Panther, H. Rap Brown. His music is a mixture of Brazilian and rock and soul music. The music features heavy percussion rhythms and Caribbean and Afro-Brazilian-influenced musical styles.
Young Flamenco band from Granada (Spain). There are diverse influences in their music from styles as diverse as reggae, rock and classical. The instruments used (trumpet, cello, flamenco box, base drum, distorted guitar) are unique too. The lyrics are both socially involved and funny. Closely related to G5, kiko veneno, Canteca de Macao, and Muchachito bombo infierno, the voice of the main singer has evolved a lot recently and it has now a really deep flamenco resonance.
I don't know much about Fernando's Kitchen, but I do know that I saw them busking on the London Underground on a Friday night on the way home and they were pretty good, with a crowd gathering to listen and miss a train or two. When busking I heard them with two artists, one guitar and one percussion but the album has what sounds like a clarinet and a bass player to boot. Their site can be seen here: http://fernandoskitchen.co.uk/
Este nombre no es más que la conjugación de dos voces de dialectos africanos. Yoruba es el nombre dado a un extenso territorio de África meridional habitado por varios pueblos y por consiguiente sus culturas. La voz Andabo, en lengua Carabalí, significa: amigo, seguidor, admirador. Por lo tanto, “Yoruba Andabo”, pretende ser algo así como “los amigos, los admiradores y seguidores de las tierras yorubas y sus culturas”.
Alejandro Fernandez (born April 24, 1971) is a popular Latin Grammy-winning Mexican singer nicknamed as "El Potrillo" ("The Little Colt") by the media and his fans. ] Alejandro originally specialized in traditional, earthy forms of Mexican folk and country music, such as mariachi and ranchera. However, his more recent work has focused on mainstream pop music. He is the son of Vicente Fernández, also a popular Mexican country singer.
Muchachito Bombo Infierno is a music band from Barcelona, Spain lead by Muchachito (Jairo Perera), guitarist and singer, born in Santa Coloma de Gramenet. The band is: Tito Carlos (keyboards), Josué "El Ciclón" (trumpet), Hector Bellino (drums), El Lere (contrabass), and with the "Gigoleto Brass": saxs, trombon y and another trumpet. Ojos de Brujo supported Muchachito Bombo Infierno, who compare them to Kiko Veneno, who is acknowledged by Muchachito by the song "Si tú, si yo, si, no". Together with Kiko Veneno, Tomasito, Los Delinqüentes, they formed the group G-5