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March 9 @ 8:00 pm March 10 @ 9:00 pm CST

The Cooperage welcomes a night of Latin music and celebration!

The well-known musical group Banda Nueva Jalisciense originates from the dynamic nation of Mexico. With their distinctive fusion of musical genres, this gifted group has enthralled audiences and developed a sound of their own. Banda Nueva Jalisciense has succeeded in establishing a distinctive musical identity that sets them apart from their competitors, despite the fact that they may not be connected to a particular genre or subgenre. Their music is a dynamic tapestry of melodies and rhythms that elicit a variety of feelings, from the emotional yearning for a lost love to the joyful celebration of life. Banda Nueva Jalisciense has established itself as a household brand in the Mexican music market thanks to their contagious enthusiasm and compelling stage presence. Banda Nueva Jalisciense pushes the boundaries of their genre by incorporating a contemporary edge into their works while drawing inspiration from traditional Mexican music. Their music is a rich and dynamic aural experience that is defined by energetic brass sections, rhythmic percussion, and passionate vocals. The music of Banda Nueva Jalisciense carries listeners to the heart of Mexico and immerses them in the rich tradition and culture of the nation. Their music is a living example of how music can unite people from all backgrounds and cross barriers. Banda Nueva Jalisciense consistently leaves an impact on their audience, whether they perform in small settings or on large stages.
Killo Torres formed Banda San Miguel in 1985, releasing their debut album in 1986. Their success allowed them to get a record deal with a local label in 1989. Soon they were climbing Mexican charts with “La Vaquilla Colorada” and “Tus Desprecios,” and became a chart-topper in 1990 with a song called “Disco Rayado.” They toured the U.S. for the first time a year later. Banda San Miguel achieved their first gold record in 1994.

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