Los Amigos Invisibles

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I first discovered the Venezuelan dance-pop band Los Amigos Invisibles through their Grammy-winning 2009 album Commercial, which represented a conscious effort to reach out to a wider, more global audience than their previous work had attracted. As I listened through their discography, they quickly became one of my favorite bands.

Los Amigos Invisibles new chart topping album, Repeat After Me (Nacional Records), continues to receive critical praise.  About.com says, “Los Amigos Invisibles proved once again why they are one of the coolest bands in Latin music…one of the best Latin music albums of 2013,” while Blurt gushes, “The unfettered joy powering these tunes – hell, every tune here – gives the music wings that fly it beyond analysis and categorization,

After a Grammy nomination and a Latin Grammy Award for best Alternative Album, Los Amigos Invisibles are ready to take back the Latin music world by storm with their seventh studio album titled Repeat After Me, to be released by Nacional Records on April 2nd 2013.

After a Grammy nomination and a Latin Grammy Award for best Alternative Album, Los Amigos Invisibles are ready to take back the Latin music world by storm with their seventh studio album titled Repeat After Me, to be released by Nacional Records on April 2nd 2013. To celebrate the release of their new album, the band will be embarking on an coast-to-coast tour during the month of April.Grammy winners Los Amigos Invisibles are definitely amognst the hardest working bands in the Latin Alternative scene.

After a Grammy nomination and a Latin Grammy Award for best Alternative Album, Los Amigos Invisibles are ready to take back the Latin music market by storm with their seventh studio album titled Repeat After Me, to be released by Nacional Records on April 2nd 2013.

If you’re looking for a night of dancing then The Bluebird Theatre in Denver is the place to be on September 18 at 8 p.m.Venezuelan Latin Funk Band Los Amigos Invisibles are legends in the Latin music scene. They introduced a sound with a mixture of samba, salsa, rock, funk, disco and electronic .

Saturday, June 12, 2010

The heat resumed, but it felt so much worse after two days of partying and little sleep. I was appreciative of one thing on this sweltering morning wake-up; the showers had short lines for men, and they were only seven dollars. Therefore, although I really wanted to catch Baaba Maal’s set, I felt more rejuvenated going into the press conference with a fresh shower, breakfast, and an iced coffee. I was ready for a new day at my favorite festival.

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