- Nov 20, 2016
- 2 min read
La Santa Cecilia's: Muerto Boogie!
This Sunday was Muerto Boogie by La Santa Cecillia at the Pomona Glass House, a tribute to the Dia De Los Muertos. Special guests included The Petrojvic Blasting Company and La Victoria. All came and performed with their faces painted in the traditional Dia de Los Muertos skull designs.
La Victoria is a trio of Women who play tradition Mariachi music as well as covers to other popular and Iconic songs. Their performance at the Glass House was fantastic and the start to an amazing night full of great vibes and music.
Petrojvic Blasting Company
Up next was the Petrrojvic Blasting Company considered a nouveau-gypsy band. Their sound has a balkan, ethnic and folk dance influence making them a very interesting group. Their sound has a new feel, but at the same time you feel like your no longer in the U.S., and transported to another part of the world in another era, or at least that's how we felt.
La Santa Cecilia
Lastly was La Santa Cecilia, who play with a variety of blends of music. The play from cumbias to boleros with an enriching sound. This group won a Garmmy for best Latin Rock and their performance showed why. A lot of their music has meaning such as immigration and the struggle that many families face here and in Latin America. A very energetic group who truly shows the passion and love that they have for the music they play and perform. As a first time listener La Santa Cecilia has planted a seed in my heart and if you ever have the chance to witness their live show I highly recommend it, especially if you want to get your dance on.