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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

KillaBeatMaker

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Colombian DJ, producer, and singer-songwriter KILLABEATMAKER is well-known for his distinctive blending of indigenous South American music with Pan African rhythms like Afrobeat and Amapiano, all wrapped up in the backdrop of international and urban club sounds. A groovy and ethereal experience is created by the Live-Set presentation, which has three musicians on stage: KILLABEATMAKER himself, Julian Ramirez on percussion... read full bio

Kiltro

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Chris Bowers Castillo, a Chilean-American musician, relocated to Valparaiso years ago and started working as a walking tour guide there. When Chris returned to Denver, he searched for a name that captured the evocative and slightly rebellious musical ideas brewing in his mind. Chris finally opted on the name kiltro, which is a word used in Chile to describe stray... read full bio

Kim Viera

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Kim Viera is perhaps best known for her debut single “Gold Lining”, as well as “Tribe”, which both appeared on the Pitch Perfect 3 soundtrack. It wasn’t long before her name was synonymous with effervescent dance-pop. Before she started her solo career, she already had quite the legacy, writing music for the likes of Sam Bailey and Lil Wayne. There... read full bio

Kinky

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Grammy winners and ten-time Latin Grammy nominees, the renowned Mexican electronic/funk/rock group Kinky is legendary. "NOTHING IS MORE THAN TÚ." Reverting "to the electronic roots that have characterized the group and solidified them as one of the most important bands in Latin America," according to Billboard, it's their first entirely new song since 2012. It's also a favorite among critics. Featuring guests Pepe... read full bio

Kumbia King Allstarz

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Kumbia King Allstarz’ debut album, Ayer Fue Kumbia Kings, Hoy Es Kumbia All Starz, took the number one spot on Billboard’s Latin Pop Albums chart and the Top Latin Albums chart, as well as emerged on the U.S. Billboard 200. The album produced two hit singles, “Chiquilla” (which peaked at No. 7 on Hot Latin Tracks, No. 9 on Latin... read full bio

La Arrolladora Banda El Limon

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The Mexican banda group La Arrolladora Banda el Limon have been performing together for over five decades. They released their first album thirty years after their formation, titled Mas Arrolladora Que Nunca. Six years later, they switched labels from Sony Music Latin to Disa Records. Currently, Rene Camacho is the band leader of La Arrolladora Banda el Limon. The group... read full bio

La Dona

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Cecilia Cassandra Pea-Govea, better known by her stage name La Dona, is a solo reggaeton singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist from San Francisco. The Chicana performer started her career by playing percussion and strings in her family's conjunto before switching to trumpet. Before combining her distinctive background in her creative works, she also played in a youth salsa band and a Balkan... read full bio

La Explosive Banda de Maza

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La Explosiva Banda de Maza is a large orchestra band that consists of numerous band members that were founded in Sinaloa, Mexico. The group was founded by cousins Jorge, Jose and Guillermo Lizarraga, all of who were musicians. Each cousin had previously had background in music working with fellow artists and bands such as Jenni Rivera, Espinoza Paz, Banda Los... read full bio

La India

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India has demonstrated a variety of musical skills throughout her career, including freestyle, house, Latin pop and reggaeton, but her run of chart-topping New York salsa hits for the RMM label in the mid- to late '90s, when she was dubbed the Princess of Salsa by none other than Celia Cruz, will forever define her. In the late 1980s, while freestyle... read full bio

LA LOM

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The Los Angeles League of Musicians, or LA LOM, is a local instrumental group. They combine the twang of Peruvian Chicha and Bakersfield Country with the sounds of Cumbia Sonidera, 1960s soul ballads and traditional love boleros that come from radios, backyard parties and dance clubs in Los Angeles. LA LOM has been connecting with a young audience that wants to listen to... read full bio

La Mafia

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La Mafia is one of the most versatile and critically acclaimed Latino bands in the music industry. Vocalist Oscar De La Rosa and accordion player Armando Lichtenberger Jr. founded La Mafia in 1980. The rest of the group includes bass player Tim Ruiz, drummer Joe Gonzalez, keyboardist David DeLaGarza, and guitarist Viktor Pachecho. They have been able to create an... read full bio

La Maquinaria Nortena

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La Maquinaria Nortena is a Mexican Norteno band that consists of members Keith Nieto, Sergio Soto, Rory Nieto, Tony Nieto and Edgar Magdaleno. Each member of the band brings something different to the table and plays instruments such as drums, saxophone, accordion, electric bass and more. La Maquinaria Nortena rose to fame after the release of their self-titled debut album.... read full bio

La Marisoul and The Love Notes Orchestra

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Boleros De Noche, an annual celebration of bolero music from Latin America, returns to The Ford, attracting audiences of all ages and dubbed "a bolero revival in LA" (Al Borde). La Marisoul, a native of Los Angeles, is the leading vocalist for La Santa Cecilia which garnered admirers and a Grammy prize. With an 18-piece big band orchestra, Marisoul's latest bolero... 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

La Santa Grifa

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Mexican hardcore rap trio La Santa Grifa hails from Tampico, Tamaulipas. The trio writes gritty, explicit songs about drugs, booze, and street life. They are inspired by bands such as Control Machete and Cartel de Santa. They frequently combine fast-paced rapping with slow, sinister music. Over the years, they have changed up their lineup, although Yusak, Reghos, Toldeck, and Waza... read full bio

La Trakalosa

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La Trakalosa is a band from Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. Almost immediately after their formation, they met great success in both Mexico and the U.S. La Trakalosa have released many chart-topping hits, including ""Después de ti no hay nada"", ""San Lunes"", ""Concha del alma"", ""Mi padrino el Diablo"", ""Tres disparos"", ""Tatuado hasta los huesos"", ""Un par de cerdos"", ""Borracho de amor"",... read full bio

Lagartijeando

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Lagartijeando is the fusion of electronic music genres with traditional music from Latin America. a blend that recreates this new Latin American identity by expressing the confluence of the ancestral and the modern. Originating in Argentina, Lagartijeando, also known as Mati Zundel, has five albums out and one in the works. The Third Vision is the most recent album from Wonderwheel... read full bio

Lali

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Mariana Espósito is known professionally as Lali Espósito or just Lali She is an Argentine singer, actress, dancer and model who has appeared as a coach on the Argentinan version of The Voice, called La voz Argentina 3 and Loa voz Argentina 4. As a musician, she first released “A Bailar” in 2014 and it officially launched her career as... read full bio

Lalo Ebratt

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Lalo Ebratt is a Colombian reggaeton singer from Santa Marta, Colombia. He first gained attention after being a member of the latin hop-hop project Trapical Minds that was put together by RedSnapperMusic and also featured Yera and Skinny Happy. After starting with Trapical Minds, Ebratt left to pursue a solo career. He went on to release his debut single “TBT”... 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 Kid Creole & The Coconuts, KillaBeatMaker, Kiltro, Kim Viera, Kinky, Kumbia King Allstarz, La Arrolladora Banda El Limon, La Dona, La Explosive Banda de Maza, La India, LA LOM, La Mafia, La Maquinaria Nortena, La Marisoul and The Love Notes Orchestra, La Santa Cecilia, La Santa Grifa, La Trakalosa, Lagartijeando, Lali, Lalo Ebratt and more!