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Love of Lesbian

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Love of Lesbian is a Spanish band from Barcelona that has been making beautiful tunes and moving lyrics for more than 20 years. Santi Balmes, Julian Saldarriaga, Joan Ramon Planell, Jordi Roig and Oriol Bonet make up the dynamic quintet, which combines indie rock and pop to produce a distinctive sound that connects strongly with listeners. Their catchy songs, such as... read full bio

Los Van Van

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The leading orchestra in Cuban popular music is called Los Van Van. Juan Formell, an arranger, bassist and composer, formed it. Following his passing in 2014, Samuel Formell, his son, assumed leadership of the organization. Respected as The Rolling Stones of salsa on a global scale and as The Train of Cuban music on a national one, it has produced numerous notable... read full bio

Panteon Rococo

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Panteon Rococo is a beloved, socially mindful Mexican band that has spent 27 years in the music business, expanding through several genres. Since 1995, they have been acknowledged globally as the leading force in Mexican irreverent rock, ska, and punk, imbued with the lyrical pulse of the country. The music and accompanying story, which formerly spoke primarily to the vast majority of... read full bio

La Santa Cecilia

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Grammy-winning Mexican-American rock group La Santa Cecilia is based in Los Angeles. They use a variety of Pan-American rhythms, such as cumbia, bossa-nova, rumba, bolero, tango, R&B, jazz and klezmer music, to draw inspiration from around the globe. La Santa Cecilia, named for the patron saint of music, sings in both English and Spanish with a mesmerizing voice about love, sorrow,... read full bio

Chalo Correia

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The gifted singer-songwriter Chalo Correia was born in Angola's capital city of Luanda. He was raised in Angola during the 1970s, the country's most vibrant and passionate musical era. He had the opportunity to encounter musicians from revolutionary bands like Os Kiezos and Os Merengues during that time, which had an impact on his later work. In the early 1990s, he... read full bio


Book Namiri for your next event.

Esteban Guiragossian is a multi-instrumentalist, producer, and singer from Argentina. His sound combines voice, strings, South American traditional instruments, and global sounds influenced by dub, downtempo, and organic house. It is a blend of electronic textures and sounds with afro- and Latin American roots. Namirí has given performances all around the world, sharing his mission, vision, music, and medicine with different... read full bio

Bianca Oblivion

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Born and bred in Los Angeles, California, Bianca was accustomed to listening to dance music at parties and backyard BBQs, as well as hearing the noises of the city booming from automobile stereos. Her background as a dancer deepened her appreciation for rhythms, while her years as a college radio host and DIY event organizer added a distinctively gritty edge... read full bio


Book Layto for your next event.

Layto grew up in Boston, where she was born. Being the youngest of five, music provided an escape from the chaos and dysfunction of the family. Layto's parents introduced him to a wide variety of music when he was growing up, and he even taught himself how to play the piano. He developed a profound respect for music over time,... read full bio

Kid Creole & The Coconuts

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Kid Creole and the Coconuts’ music incorporates a variety of styles and influences, in particular American and Latin American, South American, Caribbean, Trinidadian, and Calloway. Winners of the Brit Award for Best International Artist, the musical group is conceptually inspired by the big band era. The Coconuts are a glamorous trio of female backing vocalists whose lineup has changed throughout... read full bio

Los Lonely Boys

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Los Lonely Boys are an American Chicano rock trio, composed of three brothers: Henry on guitar, Jojo on bass, and Ringo on drums. This extraordinary group has been composing music together since they were very young and has now been a part of the professional music industry for over a decade. Los Lonely Boys write, sing, and play music drawn... read full bio

Mariachi Sol de Mexico

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Mariachi Sol De Mexico is one of the most popular mariachi bands around. They play the kind of music that represents exactly where they came from and includes the musical heritage greatly. Their music is romantic and include original rhythmms, fresh sounds, and many new ideas. They have performed sold-out shows around the entire world in countries such as Spain,... read full bio

Bernie Williams

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Any baseball fan knows how Bernie Williams plays. The superstar New York Yankees center fielder has consistently flashed grace, passion, disciplined focus and a remarkably fluid sense of rhythm in feats both at the plate and in the field that have made him truly the heir in his role to no less than Hall of Famers Joe DiMaggio and Mickey... read full bio


Book B-Real for your next event.

Better known as the lead rapper in hip-hop trio Cypress Hill, B-Real (Louise Freese) leads his own successful solo and producing career. Aside from his MC work (Smoke N Mirrors [2009]) he is a producer with clients like Proof of D12 and the WWE. Aside from his solo album, he has released several mixtape, titles Gunslinger, Gunslinger Vol. II, and... read full bio

Saul Hernandez

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Saul Hernandez, is the former lead singer, songwriter and guitarist of Caifanes, a Mexican rock en español group formed in 1986. In 1996, Saul Hernandez sang a duet with Algerian raï singer Khaled. The song, called ""Ki Kounti"", is sung partially in Arabic and Spanish. After Caifanes' breakup, Saul Hernández formed a new band in late 1995, called Jaguares, along... read full bio


Book Malo for your next event.

Raul Malo is a Latin singer-songwriter and guitarist, most well known as the frontman of The Mavericks and a member of the supergroup Los Super Seven. The Mavericks, a Latin country music act, have won the Americana music award for duo/group of the year, Academy of Country Music Awards for Top New Vocal Group and Top Vocal Group (twice), CMA... read full bio


Book Calexico for your next event.

Calexico is a band based out of Arizona serving music lovers a unique blend of musical styles consisting of Tex-Mex plus indie plus Americana. The band’s two founding members first played together in a band called Giant Sand. After a few different lineup changes, Calexico was born, and they recorded their first album entitled Spoke with an independent label called... read full bio

Chicano Batman

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"L.A.-based band Chicano Batman plays a mix of Brazilian Tropicalia, psychedelic soul and romantic pop. Made up of Eduardo Arenas as a vocalist and bassist, Carlos Arevalo as a guitarist, Bardo Martinez as the lead vocalist, organist and guitartist, and Gabriel Villa as a drummer. The band has released three full-length albums entitled Chicano Batman, Cycles of Existential Rhyme, and... read full bio


Book Femina for your next event.

Fémina is a rap fusion group made up of three women from San Martin de los Andes. Their music is a combination of traditional Latin beats and melodies, folk vocals, and funky rap. Fémina represents diverse regions, wanting to deliver a global music sound. They released their first album ‘Deshice de mi’ independently, and their second album ‘Traspasa’ was released... read full bio

Ximena Sarinana

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Ximena Sarinana is a pop music artist from Mexico City. Influenced by artists like Fiona Apple, Bjork, Ella Fitzgerald, and the music of Latin America, Sarinana creates her own twist on pop sounds. Sarinana began her musical career at a young age. She learned to play the piano as a child and took singing lessons with Ricardo Sanchez, a popular... read full bio

Alexander Acha

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Alexander Acha is Mexican singer, songwriter and pianist. He specializes in Latin pop just like his father, Emmanuel, who is also a well-known Mexican pop singer. Acha was born in Mexico City, Distrito Federal where he began studying music at the tender age of five years old. He received piano lessons from piano maestros in Mexico, Holland, and the United... read full bio

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Celebrity Talent International is a booking agent to help you hire lat performers for corporate functions, business or private parites, fairs or festivals, weddings, speaking engangments, print or online advertising campaigns, media events, endorsements, fundraisers, or appearances. Contact CTI by calling 725-228-5100 today or submitting a request in order to book talent like Love of Lesbian, Los Van Van, Panteon Rococo, La Santa Cecilia, Chalo Correia, Namiri, Bianca Oblivion, Layto, Kid Creole & The Coconuts, Los Lonely Boys, Mariachi Sol de Mexico, Bernie Williams, B-Real, Saul Hernandez, Malo, Calexico, Chicano Batman, Femina, Ximena Sarinana, Alexander Acha and more!