How LP (Latin Percussion) Began-Over 50 Years of Untold Stories

This video tells of how the first bongo was conceived of and created. The first hardware was created in a company building military instrumentation. That very same bongo was recreated in 2014 as the 50th Anniversary model that has already become the go to bongo by the leading players who have passed through the congahead.com studio.

Marc Quiñones & Bobby Allende present Pablo Alarcón to perform at Congahead Studio

Marc Quiñones and Bobby Allende brought chilean singer Pablo Alarcón to Congahead Studio to perform Alguien Como Tu, Ayer  & Alguien Como Tu .

Remembering Armando Peraza, Celebration of Life.

These are three short videos, remembering percussionist Armando Peraza, in San Francisco, April 2014.  People who really knew Armando Peraza reflect on his humanity, intellect and trend setting musicality.

Bedstuy Ewe Perform at Congahead Studio

Morrocan musician, Amino Belyamani, brought his Ewe African ensemble to Congahead Studio. These are an ewe social piece from Ghana as taught by Master Chief Drummer Alfred Kwashie Ladzekpo. Bedstuy Ewe performs Kpomegbe & Kinka as well as Husago & Akufede.

Giovanni Hidalgo & Friends perform at Congahead Studio

Giovanni Hidalgo called his friends Johnny “Dandy” Rodriguez, Nelson Gonzalez, David Oquendo, and Jose Armando Gola to jam at Congahead Studios performing Tropical & Raíces Latinas.

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