Price: $24 – $44
The most anticipated dance concert in the Florida State opens its doors to present the most outstanding Soneros of the music scene of recent times: Tito Allen and John “Dandy” Rodríguez remembering “La Típica 73”, while Frankie Vázquez and José Madera will do his show remembering the music of “Tito Puente y Machito”, also José Alberto “El Canario” will offer an incredible show with his greatest hits. You will also enjoy the participation in the mixes of: DJ Raya, DJ Caliche and DJ Juan Carlos Parra Charles F. in one of the most imposing venues, the Charles F. Dodge City Center in Pembroke Pines. If you are in Florida and want to go an old school Salsa show, we would like to invite you to witness this show with the purest talent that only these salsa players can offer you. Acquire your tickets soon in www.ticketmaster.com before it’s sold out.
Johnny “Dandy” Rodríguez Jr. played Bongo over 30 years in the Tito Puente Orchestra since he was 17 years old; also, he worked with Tito Rodriguez from 1965 to 1968 and with Ray Barretto from 1970 until the end of 1972. Since 2000, “Johnny Dandy” Rodríguez Jr is the leader of The Mambo Legends Orchestra.
Frankie Vazquez is a Boricua Salsa Singer who collaborated with the pianist, orchestra conductor, composer and arranger Martín Arroyo in the project: Soneros Del Barrio in 1999. The aim was to transmit to the new generations a musical memory with new arrangements, technology and the talent of the musicians of today. In the same way, he participated in one of the productions of the Venezuelan, Gerardo Rosales “Mr.Tambo” vocalizing several songs of the production “La Salsa es mi Vida”. In 2004, he sings “Mi Rumba es Candela” from the album Oasis by Ricky González, and in the last years his activity,he has been unstoppable. Recently, he participated in the tribute to Héctor Lavoe in New York, as well as many others…