Latin Rhythm Boys Live at The World Famous Turf Club
Sep 21

Latin Rhythm Boys Live at The World Famous Turf Club

 

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22727 Main St, Hayward, CA 94541, USA
  • Latin Rhythm Boys–-The modern-day brainchild of brothers, Earl and Henry Miranda Jr.–-has evolved into a powerhouse of high energy Puerto Rican music that includes salsa as well as their specialty Jíbaro sound. Reminiscent of the Fania All-Stars, this third-generation ensemble is hitting the world by storm.

    To date this phenomenal specialty band combines expertise sounds acquired throughout the Bay Area, Puerto Rico and New York City. Latin Rhythm Boys continue to captivate their fans and audiences with their unique musical style and stage presence. With two successful CD launches under their belt, "Musica De Mis Padres" in 2005, and "Year of The Cuatro" in 2013, they're about to release their third CD project, featuring multiple award-winning invited guest artists such as Grammy Award winner (the late) Johnny Polanco on Trombone and Tres Guitar, Artie Webb on flute, vocals by 8-time Grammy nominee and 3-times Grammy winner Willy Torres, as well as other Latin music luminaries like Chino Nuñez, and Jimmy Bosch, among others.  As part of the concert, Latin Rhythm Boys will perform some of their original compositions featured in their upcoming CD.

    About The World Famous Turf Club:

    The World Famous Turf Club is a beautiful venue with a landscaped outdoor patio, a brand new performance stage, fish pond, and Tiki Bar.  We'd like to encourage Jeff Sanford's Cartoon Jazz Septet fans and all our friends to stop by this truly special place in Hayward. It offers a little something for everyone!

    Whether you’re looking to sip on a cold beer, enjoy the outdoors, or toss a few darts, you’re going to love the Turf Club.

  • Category
    General
  • Date & Time
    Sep 21 2018 at 08:00 AM - Sep 21 2018 at 11:30 PM
  • Location & full address
    22727 Main Street Hayward, CA 94541
  • Event Admins
    Montuno Productions
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