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Pan Dulce, ZuhG & Corazon Salvaje at Moe's Alley, Santa Cruz

July 13, 2017
8:00 pm
Moe's Alley, Santa Cruz

Oye Oye! It's a triple-threat Cumbia/Reggae/Latin Rock dance party with PAN DULCE, ZUGH, and CORAZON SALVAJE! $7 Advance, $10 Day of Show Doors 8:00 PM, Show 8:30 PM ABOUT PAN DULCE: We are Pan Dulce - six people who love making music and putting on a great show. We are all bakers in this band, giving us a blend of diverse sounds and styles. Our music is probably best described as "rock," but with influences from reggae, funk, punk, ska, and blues - a sweet variety. That's what Pan Dulce is, but you'll only truly know if you come check us out! Gabi Bravo: Lead Vocals, Piano, & Melodica Alejandro Rayburn: Trombone & Backup Vocals Chris Harrison: Guitar, Hand Percussion, & Piano Adam Renteria: Guitar Kito Rayburn: Bass Guitar Ryan Sills: Drums ABOUT ZUGH: ZuhG. ZuhG? Whats a ZuhG? ZuhG means to be unlike others.... ZuhG is a band.... ZuhG is free-thinking, different, and playful.... Ask any member of the Band ZuhG this question, you will get a different response every time. Musically ZuhG resists being easily defined: Mixing funk, reggae, jazz, jam, and rock n' roll together to create its own expressive genre of music. ZuhG's sound will push your perceptions of music to new heights. They bring this sound to living color with their album releases: To Be Unlike Others (2007), Life (2009), Fish Tank (2010), and Free Love(2011). ZuhG stripped itself down in early 2013 with the release of an acoustic album (Calm and Clear), giving us a glimpse into the bands uniquely expressive character. Based out of Sacramento California since 2007, ZuhG has been busy carving out its own unique territory up and down the west coast and on the road touring nationally. Even finding a second home in the California music festival scene. ZuhG brings to the world with its music an unconventional wisdom. So take a page from the book of ZuhG: "We live in a world of mass-produced sameness. Originality has fallen prey to predictability. The status quo has become the status quo. And even the copies have been copied. Which is why some of us must ZuhG. ZuhG is unapologetically unapologetic. ZuhG is the belief that there is still so much to be discovered. It is the feeling that we are the first, last, and best version of ourselves that there will ever be. ZuhG likes when something weird happens. ZuhG is about moving confidently in our own direction, with no apologies, and ZuhG is about going that way in style". REVIEW from DIRTY HIPPIE RADIO: Sometimes fusion artists fuse everything altogether at once, and it's chaotic sensory overload. Well that's not the case with ZuhG, blending elements of genres by fluidly transitioning into and out of various movements so to speak. Their music is clearly set within a reggae context, though expounded upon for the most part through blues based rock, with a detectable psych influence, and occasional "In the Court of the Crimson King" era progressive freak out jams (thanks to the pounding dynamics between the drums and saxes). Mmm, plenty of saxophone. A very easy to listen to fusion music here, especially for the Southern Californian Coast beach scenes. Dirty Hippie Radio looks forward to seeing what's in store for ZuhG as they mature down the road of fusion music. ~Dirty Jeff (Dirty Hippie Radio) ABOUT CORAZON SALVAJE: Corazon Salvaje serves up a sound brewed with the thunder of Afro-Latin rhythms, a pinch of poetry, and the drive of accordion and guitar. Jose Cervantes: Guitar, Percussion, Vocals, Song Writing Rodrigo Serna Lopez: Accordion, Percussion Francisco Haro: Upright Bass Noe Cervantes: Percussion Sebastian Serna Lopez: Percussion Emmanuel Cervantes: Percussion Vincent De Herrera: Percussion Antonio Delgado: Percussion

Moe's Alley, Santa Cruz

1535 Commercial Way, Santa Cruz, CA
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