Maelo Ruiz with Carlitos Padron Y Rumberos Del Callejon perform at Congahead Studio

Maelo Ruiz with Carlitos Padron Y Rumberos Del Callejon perform Cada Latido De Mi Corazon and Quien Te Enamoro at Congahead Studio.

Martin’s 76th Birthday Celebration

Today we are celebrating Martin Cohen’s 76th birthday party with a live stream from Congahead studios.  Like every year, we start the party with a small band led by Little Johnny Rivero followed by a jam with all the musicians at the party. Hope you enjoy. Please share.

Bernardo Aguiar & friends perform at a Bossa Nova Club in Lapa, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

 Bernardo Aguiar & friends performing Maracatu Nação do Amor, by Moacir Santos at a Bossa Nova club in Lapa, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Kambalache Negro perform at Congahead Studio

Kambalachi.  Eduardo "Lalo" Cossio, Johnny Fiortunato, Roberto Quintero, Angel Justinano, Toninhoi Boza Rivera, Stalin Rivadeneyra, Cesar Zarate and Hector Jereto Ferreyra Thomas.  Seated, Vania Castillo, Roberto Chino Bolanos (leader) and Marggie Ponce Valencia
Kambalachi. Eduardo “Lalo” Cossio, Johnny Fiortunato, Roberto Quintero, Angel Justinano, Toninhoi Boza Rivera, Stalin Rivadeneyra, Cesar Zarate and Hector Jereto Ferreyra Thomas. Seated, Vania Castillo, Roberto Chino Bolanos (leader) and Marggie Ponce Valencia

Kambalache Negro lead by Roberto “Chino” Bolaños stopped by Congahead Studio one more time, to perform Tiembla la Tierra.

Kambalache Negro Feat. Gerardo Contino perform at Congahead Studio

Kambalache Negro lead by Roberto “Chino” Bolaños on vocals, stopped by the studio one more time, to perform Rumberos Latinoamericanos.

Daniel “Tatita” Marquez performs at Congahead Studio for the 2nd time.

Uruguayan candombe drummer, Daniel “Tatita” Marquez, brought his band with special guest Richie Flores on repique drum & Robby Ameen on drums to play Baghavad Gita & Night In Manhattan. These songs are featured on his album “Iniciacion”.

Miguel Valdes & The N.Y. Cuban Boys perform at Congahead Studio

Percussionist ,Miguel Valdez, brought his group The N.Y. Cuban Boys Ft. José ”Pepito” Gomez on lead vocal to perform Rumbiando (A Una Mamita). This tune was not rehearsed, very organic and live for you to enjoy. Their second song performed is Puerto Padre, a tribute to cuban pianist Emiliano Salvador.

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