Award winning international afro-latin-bebop
The First Lady of
Latin Flute: Andrea Brachfeld leads her five piece group Phoenix
Rising consisting of flute, piano, bass, drums and percussion.
One of few women instrumentalists
performing in the Latin Jazz genre, and may very well be the
only female saxophonist/composer of authentic Latin Jazz.
lady of Latin percussion.
Harvie S & Eye Contact
Multifaceted bassist Harvie S is
a bandleader, composer and producer that has performed with John
Scofield, Paquito D'Rivera, Chick Corea and others. Listen to
Harvie S and his band Eye Contact on his latest CD entitled "New
Bassist, composer, arranger and
bandleader was born in Argentina and now lives in Israel where
he leads his Latin Jazz Band that includes an international cast
of great musicians from all over the world, performing original
Latin Jazz compositions and arrangements.
Mamborama is a hot
new seven piece group playing modern Cuban style Latin Jazz.
You can hear their music at http://www.mp3.com/mamborama.
If Steinbeck were a jazz musician,
he might have written "Sal Si Puedes." On his newly
released CD, Ruben Salcido tells the musical story of a young
field worker who awakes from a dream, sensing something special
is about to happen.
A long standing Afro-cuban Jazz
band based in South Florida lead by guitarist Eddy Balzola, performing
a fusion of Afro-cuban roots with Blues, Jazz and Brazilian influences.
Pan Con Bistec
the talents of violinist Federico Britos and flutist/saxophonist
Bobby Ramirez, award winning Jazz band Pann Con Bistec performs
original music and Jazz standards that highlight many Jazz styles
with unique arrangements influenced by many rhythms from North/Central/South
America and the Caribbean--including: Afro-Cuban and Brazilian,
Candombe, swing, bep-bop, and Latin Jazz.
Bobby Ramirez performs a mix of Latin Jazz fusion, Afro-Cuban
and Latin America rhythms.
Latin/Jazz and classical violinist
Guitarist Mark Towns
explores the hot, cool, and romantic sides of Flamenco flavored
Latin Jazz on his new CD, "Flamenco Jazz Latino," featuring
percussionists Douglas Guevara and Jorge "Cro-Cro"
Orta both former members of the powerhouse Colombian salsa band
Grupo Niche as well as jazz legends Hubert Laws and Kirk Whalum.