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South American sounds excite Denton nights

June 5, 2013

Thanks to the influx of South American students studying at University of North Texas, we have amazing opportunities to see and hear exotic takes on Latin folk, rock, cumbia and jazz. This week we have two bands playing music from two different South American countries.

Thursday, June 6:

PUXABrazilian rock tribute to Gilberto Gil, at Banter Bistro, 219 W. Oak St., Denton, 6

Banter Bistro, 219 W. Oak St., Denton

Banter Bistro, 219 W. Oak St., Denton

p.m., followed by Open Mic at 8 p.m. – BOTH FREE

  • Puxa vida – pronounced “poosha veedah” – means “wow” in Portuguese!

Click to listen to Gilberto Gil – https://www.facebook.com/gilbertogil.page/app_2405167945

The Gilberto Gil tribute band playing in his rockin’ music from the ’70s Tropicalia movement and collaborations with Os Mutantes, Gal Costa and Elis Regina! PUXA band members: Grace Wright, Robert Hokamp, Ji Sung Kim, Alex Browne, Justin Heaverin, Meejee Lee, and Mafe Naranjo

Sunday, June 9:

Los Patos Poderosos (translates to “The Mighty Ducks“) plays their infectious percussion, Los Patos Poderosaspsychedelic Andean melodies, called Chicha/Peruvian Cumbia, featuring South American female vocalists, Sweetwater Grill & Tavern, 115 S. Elm St., Denton, 7-9 p.m. – Free

Vocals: Mafe Naranjo, Monica Gastelumendi, Laura Otero;
Guitars: Robert Hokamp, Ronin Delisle, Jesse Coulter;
Percussion: Joe Cripps, Andrew Scott

 

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