Los Angeles’s leading Latin culture and events site, LatinoLA.com, interviews Cordero and promotes their performance at the Levitt Pavilion Pasadena!
Cordero Returns With its Latin-Indie Vibes
Sweet vocal melodies blended with trumpet harmonies, meandering keys and danceable rhythms at the Levitt Pavilion, Aug. 29
By Gabriel San Roman | Published on LatinoLA: August 27, 2009
Cordero are making their way once more to the West Coast for tour dates in support of their latest album “De Dónde Eres,” released a year ago to critical acclaim. The band will be making a local stop this Saturday, August 29 at the Levitt Pavilion Memorial Park in Pasadena, an outside venue already conducive to becoming a street party, but before that, singer/guitarist Ani Cordero made time to speak with LatinoLA about her music….
For full interview, click image below…
Published on August 19, 2009 at 5:23pm
On Sunday The Gathering play the Levitt Pavilion in Pasadena. Woodwind maestro Jesse Sharps tethers this bunch together, keeping aflame Horace Tapscott’s Arkestra concept (been a half-century now!) with one of this town’s most exciting younger tenors, Kamasi Washington — and with a mess of other great players, some masked dancers and African drumming. We’ve raved plenty about Washington lately, getting crowds out of their seats, hollering before his solo is near halfway done (memories of Paul Gonsalves at Newport). Sharps has matched him with vocalist Dwight Trible; the acoustics are such at the Levitt that his tremendous voice will carry clear through Old Town, wafting over the busy traffic. Eerie.
The Gathering at the Levitt Pavilion Pasadena this Sunday at 7PM. FREE ADMISSION.
LA Weekly’s Brick’s Picks – a weekly guide to jazz in L.A., mentions this Sundays show at the Levitt Pavilion Pasadena.
…hop over to the Levitt Pavilion in Old Pasadena’s Memorial Park, where the legendary Pan Afrikan People’s Arkestra performs. Saxist Michael Session has resurrected this group, and is keeping the Horace Tapscott flame alight (even as the Leimert Park jazz scene flitters).
Free Jazz at the Levitt Pavilion Pasadena every Sunday @ 7PM