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  • Los Bohemios perform ‘How Can I Not Love You’

    Los Bohemios perform ‘How Can I Not Love You’

    Los Bohemios perform “How Can I Not Love You” at Second Story Garage. Los Bohemios opened our ears to kinds of music we hadn’t heard in the Garage before. The band plays traditional Cuban and Latin tunes, and its original material has the humidity of a Havana neighborhood in the late afternoon. With a pair of shakers and hand drums, the band starts with sultry rhythms, then builds up subtle song structures with the earthy sounds of acoustic strings and […]

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  • Second Story Garage: Los Bohemios perform ‘Regresa’

    Second Story Garage: Los Bohemios perform ‘Regresa’

    Los Bohemios perform “Regresa” at Second Story Garage. Los Bohemios opened our ears to kinds of music we hadn’t heard in the Garage before. The band plays traditional Cuban and Latin tunes, and its original material has the humidity of a Havana neighborhood in the late afternoon. With a pair of shakers and hand drums, the band starts with sultry rhythms, then builds up subtle song structures with the earthy sounds of acoustic strings and the sea-spray freshness of voices […]

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  • Los Bohemios chat with Quentin Young

    Los Bohemios chat with Quentin Young

    Los Bohemios chat with Quentin Young at Second Story Garage in Boulder. Los Bohemios opened our ears to kinds of music we hadn’t heard in the Garage before. The band plays traditional Cuban and Latin tunes, and its original material has the humidity of a Havana neighborhood in the late afternoon. With a pair of shakers and hand drums, the band starts with sultry rhythms, then builds up subtle song structures with the earthy sounds of acoustic strings and the […]

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  • Los Bohemios perform ‘Waking Up on Isla’

    Los Bohemios perform ‘Waking Up on Isla’

    Los Bohemios perform “Waking Up on Isla” at Second Story Garage. Los Bohemios opened our ears to kinds of music we hadn’t heard in the Garage before. The band plays traditional Cuban and Latin tunes, and its original material has the humidity of a Havana neighborhood in the late afternoon. With a pair of shakers and hand drums, the band starts with sultry rhythms, then builds up subtle song structures with the earthy sounds of acoustic strings and the sea-spray […]

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