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…
Habla Blah Blah – English bilingualism with children via silly music and rockin’ classes, is proud to present a free outdoor concert starring the singers, dancers, and instructors of habla blah blah and featuring Jamey Hood, actress, singer, and children’s entertainer (formerly of the Hollywood Bowl).
habla blah blah introduces children to the sounds and words of Spanish through their self-titled music CD’s and “mommy & me” style classes. The goal is to provide children and their caregivers with Spanish phrases that are readily applicable to their everyday life, i.e. “I’m hungry/Tengo Hambre” and “I want to play!/Quiero jugar!” Music CD’s are recommended as class materials or can be enjoyed separately to promote Spanish-English bilingualism in the home. While the self-titled CD’s enjoy international distribution, classes in the Los Angeles area are growing steadily with nine different locations hosting this Fall 2009.
FREE Concert this Wednesday at 7PM