Banjo Bones nominated for SAMMIES 2019

As you might remember, Banjo Bones appeared on Episode 2 and 31 (check and listened to him on right menu). As part of my goal in promoting great non-commercial/independent musicians, I invite and ask you to check https://go.newsreview.com/sammies/band/207/banjo-bones/ and vote for him. If you have not heard his music yet, please check him on Spotify. As a thank you note, I will Read More …

Renacer de mi Tierra

A friendly reminder that episode 76: Renacer de mi Tierra is programmed to be aired tomorrow at 12:01 am Easter Standard Time. Our guest is Raúl Guzmán, musical director of this folk group.   Remember to subscribe to our podcast and our webpage. There are more exciting news coming soon and great episodes with great people. Also, check my Twitter Read More …

Latin Podcast Awards

I decided to give another shot to Latin Podcast Awards again this year, by myself this time. I believe that, after over a year of broadcasting and broadening my musical horizons, I have an opportunity to bring this award home this year. Hopefully, my special episode on Music in Pinochet’s Concentration Camps will be the one that will bring home Read More …

Renacer de mi Tierra

On this week episode we are going to have a big u-turn in my musical bus with Renacer de mi Tierra, a Chilean folklore group whose goal is to promote and support Chilean music. On this interview I had the spiritual experience of recording it with Raul Guzmán, the group director. We talked about the obstacles or challenges that this Read More …

Next episode this Saturday

    As I am posting this publication, I am editing my next Spanish Episode. As per the pictures below, my two guests took part on my special series of The Song in Pinochet’s prison camps. At your left, Nuria Bonet is Cantos Cautivos’ collaborator in translating to English all memoirs or anecdotes shared by those who suffered, directly or Read More …

Pablo Hernandez Mejias

This week we had the honor of talking to Pablo Hernandez Mejias, a Puerto Rican cuatro player, who launched recently his new album Danzas Imaginarias. On episode 74, which is at your menu on your right, we talked about his musical upbringings, his time at Puerto Rico Music Conservatory and hismusic education experience at Conservatorio de Musica del Liceu in Read More …

Give-away CD February 1, 2019 23:00 EST

If you happened to be one of my subscribers or if this is your first time in my website and listened to one of my episodes I have great news for you. I will give away 5 Free CD to my first 5 subscribers that connect to me via email. It is very easy to win a CD. The only Read More …

Banjo Bones, one of our guest nominated for the Sammies

Hello my dear podcast audience and website visitor, as you might know (if you don’t, scroll down the menu at your right) my friend Jose Espada also known as Banjo Bones, is nominates for the Sacramento Area Music Awards. Banjo Bones was our two time guest (I might start Music in 2Flavors Elite Club) on Episode 2 and 31. Banjo Read More …

Michael Noonan, our guest number 73 in over a year.

  My latest publication on #Patreon. Check my content and I will appreciate if you want to be one of the few who are on the list of patreons. Our work is not over, and I do not think it will come to a close any time soon.My latest publication on #Patreon. Check my content and I will appreciate if you want Read More …

Episode 72, music in Pinochet’s concentration camps

This project has a special meaning to me, not because I had any relatives who were imprisoned during Pinochet’s Regime, but because I always suffered, from the distance, the tortures and attitudes of an extremist ignorant regime upon it citizens. Hobbes used to say that our nature is to be violent and aggressive to our equals. Sometimes, I believe that Read More …