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Marc Ribot – Los Cubanos Postizos | SFJAZZ

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Date(s) - 05/31/2014
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Miner Auditorium, SFJAZZ Center


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“Ribot’s celebration of Rodriguez’s legacy is distinguished by informed guts and understated grace. In its soulful warmth and tart guitar invention, this record is everything – bright, daring, alive…” — Rolling Stone

“It’s steamy and sexy, sometimes slightly kooky, but cool and understated (and respectful of the music) — all at the same time. Ribot’s guitar playing is precise yet warm…” — Stereophile

  • Marc Ribot — guitars, vocals
  • Anthony Coleman — keyboards, vocals
  • Brad Jones — bass, vocals
  • Horacio “El Negro” Hernandez — drums, percussion, vocals
  • E.J. Rodriguez — percussion, vocals

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Easily one of the most audience beloved and critically acclaimed Latin-rock bands of the last two decades, Marc Ribot y Los Cubanos Postizos (The Prosthetic Cubans) originally came together to perform fresh arrangements of the music written by pioneering Cuban bandleader and composer Arsenio Rodríguez. An infectious, groove-heavy ensemble balancing traditional rhythms with the leader’s stinging, fuzz-drenched guitar leads, Los Cubanos Postizos will have the crowd off their feet and dancing in the aisles. Releasing two superb Atlantic Records CDs, 1998’s The Prosthetic Cubans and 2000’s ¡Muy Divertido!, the band toured extensively and racked up accolades worldwide before becoming inactive after the turn of the century. To the delight of fans around the globe, Ribot has reformed the group due to popular demand, with original members Anthony Coleman on keyboards, bassist Brad Jones and percussionist E.J. Rodriguez augmented by multi-dexterous drumming marvel Horacio “El Negro” Hernandez. For this performance in Miner Auditorium, the band is joined by guitarist and vocalist David Hidalgo, co-founder of the seminal Los Angeles Chicano rock band, Los Lobos. Hidalgo and Ribot collaborated on the triumphant Border Music project last fall, and this reunion promises be a Latin-rock dance party of the first order.

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