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Upcoming Events:

Every Wednesday :

BANANA BAY BAR & RESTAURANT

AddressPlazAmericas, 7500 Bellaire Blvd. Suite F23, Houston, TX 77036

Abril :

Sabado 22 festival : 1 a 2pm

Mayo :

5 de Mayo en la tarde.

Posiblemente el domingo 7 de mayo por la tarde

Domingo 21 social con Casino Star el lugar por confirmar

Junio :

Junio  3 Tumbaka en la noche

Afrolatin Fest

Hay algo en Julio pero estoy esperando confirmación

Agosto :

Agosto 5

En Dallas Vitruvian Park

Agosto 11,12  San Antonio Big Festival

Septiembre :

Septiembre 16 Tumbaka en Salsa y Salud

Septiembre 30 -Por confirmar

Octubre :

Octubre 22 Tumbaka en La Calle 92.5 Festival

Noviembre :

Noviembre 12 Tumbaka en Coastal Bend College Beeville, Tx

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One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.

“Bob Marley”

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Album Info:

 

1- Tambo Tambo

2- A Bailar Salsa Por Su Salud

3- Vuela

4- Rumba Rumbero

5- Guaguancó Angelina

6- Capitan De Mi Barco

7- El Progreso

8- Fiesta En El Barrio

9- Tempestad

10- Mi Bandera

11- Sempre Libera

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Everything You Need

Is music and we have it

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who am I

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Jorge Orta was born in Caracas, Venezuela, on June 12, 1963.  He studied music at the Young Musicians Orchestra School in Venezuela.  His musical career began at a very young age participating in musical performances around Caracas’s suburbs.  His professional debut was with the Calaben Band and he continued to play with other local bands such as Maderita, Los Gaitétricos, Tradicionales, Grupo Madera, Orquesta Anagó, Los Satélites, Orquesta Fa Menor, La Playa, as well as various merengue bands such as La Familia, El Escuadrón and Roberto Antonio, where he also played Güira and the Dominican Tambora.

Jorge went on to join other bands such as Silva y GuerraManuel Guerra and other musical Venezuelan groups.  In September of 1995 he traveled to Colombia where he joined the Bronco Band and later Yuri Buenaventura, La Suprema Corte and Sandunga bands, with whom he traveled to United States.  Once in the USA he joined various bands such as Volcán, Oro y Plata, Mango Punch, and Grupo Kaché.  After staying in the USA for a while he traveled back to Colombia to join the internationally acclaimed “Grupo Niche”of Maestro Jairo Varela with whom he toured Europe , Latin America, and the USA. (more…)

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Our Music, It’s Yours

We love it and so will you.

contact

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