Afro-Latin Blues (with a social conscious)
Mastered in the Pacific Northwest but with roots in Africa, Mississippi, Cuba, Jamaica, Spain and the Andes; Ojos Feos plays all original compositions blending minor blues and
flamenco progressions with Afro-Latin rhythms and jazz chords, structured with an upbeat and driving tempo, often using alternate time signatures.
The songs bleed out the hardships of the politically oppressed and marginalized, portray man's search for faith and his pleas for God's forgiveness and in the Delta tradition, relate
both fondness and frustration with the opposite sex. The tempo and core of the music is led by the steady drumming of Dr. Dave Fischer, decorated and defined on bongos and congas by virtuoso
percussionist Giovani Cruz and delivered by the groovy bass lines of El Caminante, who also contributes on guitar and composition. Gaia Oyarzun lends her smooth and soulful blues voice to
mesmerize the audience in Spanish, English and African languages. Chilean guitarist and dub/effects specialist Gonzalo Villa adds crafty guitar hooks and slick solos. Gonzalo also
arranges and produces the all-original music with multi-lingual vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, Robbie Cree.
Friday July 17th
Providence Summer Concert Series
Providence Portland Outdoor Amphitheater
Friday July 17th
Colombia Independence Day Celebration
Quimby's Outdoor Patio
1502 NW 19th
Friday September 11th
Dusu Mali Festival
Saturday Sept 12th
White Eagle Saloon
835 N Russell
Saturday September 19th
Port Townsend, WA
Sunday September 20th
Hama Hama Oyster Lounge
Hama Hama, Washington
Saturday October 3rd
Benefit for Sierra Leone (Surg+Restore)
Lamont's Bar and Grill
6302 Meadow's Rd
Friday October 23rd
4830 NE 42nd
Friday November 13th
Vie de Boheme
1530 SE 7th ave
Friday November 20th
417 SE 80th
Friday December 4th
7850 SW Capitol Hwy
CHECK PAST AND UPCOMING EVENTS FOR MORE SHOW LISTINGS
RADIO INTERVIEW WITH SHEILA HAMILTON ON KINK FM "THE MORNING SHOW"
Friday August 23rd
LISTEN TO US ON "THE HOUSE OF SOUND"
With Tyler Hinds.
Wednesday March 21, 10:30-11:30 pm.
www.house of sound.org