Da Terra Meiga, American Song Box, And Acho Brother

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Tre Amici at The Bunker: Singer/Songwriter Night says
Da Terra Meiga
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With its English meaning, "from the witch land", this musical group states its place of origin (Galicia, Spain), in its original language, Galician. The original music of Da Terra Meiga is like Celtic folk with flamenco taste. The band consists of one guitar and two voices, although often different musicians are invited to play, a big list of spanish, american and latin music, with the primary band members, Laura Cruz and Ruben C. Ares. They’ve lived in Albuquerque for about two years, and they recorded their first album, “Guitar and Voice”, in the same city.

American Song Box
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Todd Murphy is from Scranton, PA, but has lived in Florida since 1997. He and RJ Kerker met in Tampa performing at open mics before uniting their talents together. Along with Chris Evans, the three have created a unique and creative ensemble known now as American Song Box. With friends and family joining in on stage at their live shows, it's always a great mix of music, talent and personalities.

Acho Brother
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Acho Brother is Hector Mayoral Guitar and Vocals and Zak Byrd on Drums.

ACHO BROTHER moved to the Tampa Bay Area in 2003 and in 2004
began recording their second CD 'MONKISH', a more
subtle and introverted record that deviated from the
original, more straight-ahead formula of the first.
Dallas' Unsigned The Magazine called it"..one of the best albums of the year...".ACHO BROTHER subsequently shares the stage with Matador recording
artist Jennifer O'connor and reggae icon Maxi Priest.

Tampa's Creative Loafing voted ACHO BROTHER Best of The Bay Culture-Clash Artist of the Year 2006;later that year WMNF 88.5FM's Franco Silva included ACHO BROTHER's "Tango Desnudo" in Latin Beat Magazine's Top 20 and called it "new age, latin folk-pop".

In 2007, ACHO BROTHER releases "Las Chicas del Volleyball".Tampa Bay Times calls it,"Stirring and Evocative".They go on to open up for Locos Por Juana, Apes & Androids and Los Amigos Invisibles.In 2008 Creative Loafing calls them 'Most Innovative Artist of The Year'.Also in 2008,ACHO BROTHER is featured in Beyond Documentary's "Un Pensamiento Cubano" by Robert Arevalo.

MetroMix Magazine describes ACHO BROTHER's last endeavour 'Hanbleceya' with these words"..you will never hear anything like it.ever."
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By: Tre Amici at The Bunker: Singer/Songwriter Night

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