MEZCAL LOUNGE presenta:
Celso Piña + Bang Data + ¿Qiensave?
Dj Cesar Munoz
Viernes, 18 de agosto, 2017 @
1310 Van Ness Avenue
21+ || 9pm || $35 preventa, $45 puerta
Celso Piña “El Rebelde del Acordeón” regresa a Fresno!
Cantante, compositor, acordeonista profesional y arreglista.
Género musical: Cumbia, tropical, sonidero y vallenato.
Celebrando mas de 30 años de exitosa carrera artística.
Artísticamente la leyenda musical surgió hace más de 25 años en el Cerro de La Campana en Monterrey. Celso Piña trabaja con los ritmos tropicales como base, conjugándolos con todo tipo de géneros populares desde trova, son, hip-hop, ballenato, blues, rock, rumba, danzón, cumbia y bolero.
Se le considera unos de los mejores músicos de México y Latinoamérica, es también conocido como “El Rebelde del acordeón” o también como el “Cacique de la Campana”.
Is formed by Bay Area’s MC Deuce Eclipse on lead vocals, who’s well known by hip-hop fans as an accompanying voice to the legendary Zion I and musician/producer Juan Manuel Caipo who has become a sought out name producing & mixing in the San Francisco music scene and abroad. Deuce and Caipo have created music loaded with heavy grooves,Samba-Ska- Cumbia and hints of Afro-Electro- Bossanova. This mix of beats, rhymes and melodies are infused with soulful bilingual (English/Spanish) lyrics. The sound is unmistakably theirs. Their self-titled single “Bang Data” from their debut album La Sopa was featured on on AMC’s Emmy® Award winning television drama Breaking Bad.
On stage they are joined by Michael Cavaseno on guitar and Marco Guzman on bass. The group has performed with acts such as Calle 13, Cafe Tacvba, Ozomatli, Zion I, Natalia Lafourcade, Enanitos Verdes, Panteon Rococo, Chico Trujillo & Kinky.
Qiensave? began as the brainchild of multi-disciplinary artist Carlos “Qien” Leyva Cortez as he sought to create a collaborative musical project. He began by fusing the sounds of several cross-genre musicians from throughout Los Angeles County. The name of the band itself is a testament to these humble beginnings. While hinting at the uncertainty of gathering so many artists to collaborate, the name Qiensave? also evokes the exciting prospect of reality’s infinite possibilities.
Thanks to the group’s eclectic blend of cross-genre sounds, Qiensave? has been blessed with many opportunities to share the stage with several well-respected musical acts including La Santa Cecilia, the B-Side Players, Wasted Noise, Los Tiliches, Angelo Moore of Fishbone, and more.