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Aug 26, 2016

September 2016

Saturday - Sep 17, 2016 - 5:00pm
Concerts For A Cause at The Plant (220 Lorax Lane, Pittsboro)
(This show is a fundraiser for the Zafer Julian Estill Memorial Fund @ AbundanceNC, which honors a young life gone too soon. AbundanceNC brings people together to cultivate and celebrate community resilience in the Piedmont of North Carolina. Come listen and dance for the cause. $10-15 suggested donation, but no one turned away for lack of funds.)
performers: Erich, Pablo Valencia, Robert Cantrell and Jeff Brown

Sunday - Sep 18, 2016 - 11:00am
Jazz Brunch at WSM in Carrboro
(Open air concert on the lawn; bring chairs, picnic and good spirits.)
performers: Erich, Pablo Valencia, Jeff Brown and Chuck Nolan

Sunday - Sep 25, 2016 - 6:00pm
Carrboro Music Festival Tyler's Parking Lot
(free music all day long, all over Carrboro)
performers: Erich, Pablo, Chuck, Jeff, Lisa and Robert
October 2016

Saturday - Oct 08, 2016 - 1:00pm
Wine Show Weaver Street Market, Carrboro
(listening, dancing and wine tasting)
performers: Erich, Pablo, TBA

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SALUDOS COMPAY takes the audience on a musical tour that features traditional, contemporary, and original music from Latin America and the Caribbean. This amazingly versatile trio keeps toes tapping.

Lead vocalist/guitarist Pablo Valencia, from Chile, sings a wide range of styles. He is as much at ease with a reflective bolero as with an upbeat salsa. The group performs a number of Valencia’s acclaimed original compositions, such as the romantic Cancion Para Dos, the rumba Bello Amor, and the very upbeat salsa song Entumido.

On keyboards, Erich Lieth adds spice to the strong Latin rhythms with improvisational piano solos and bass.

Chuck Nolan, lead percussionist, intricately weaves the rhythm patterns, be it for a subtle bossa nova or a danceable cumbia.

For a dinner crowd they might sing Afro-Cuban sones such as Chan Chan and El Carretero, and then move to Brazil with bossa novas like Corcovado and Girl From Ipanema. Once the dancing starts, they’ll do a Colombian cumbia such as the ever favorite Juana La Cubana, the rousing merengue Modorra, or the popular Venezuelan song Moliendo Café. For some shows they bring along an additional percussionist or soloist. For a more relaxed sound they perform as a duo.

To hire SALUDOS COMPAY for your event, contact us!