Roxana Tortosa, a sunflower singer

On this week, after a short hiatus due to different commitments, I have an episode that I was looking forward to do. Roxana Tortosa, a former elementary school teacher, took me, and will take you, to a special journey on music that probably you never expected to do. Roxana, as a great teacher, taught me about Leda Valladares and Isabel Read More …

William Billy Weber

On tomorrow’s episode I will have as a guest, Billy Weber, whom I met in Friendship Heights Metro Station while he was playing his violin. I stopped for a moment and listened to the tune he was playing. On this episode we talked about everything and I unveiled Billy’s invisibility from the web. Now he will become a trendy name Read More …

Special Episode: Uña Ramos

This Saturday episode is a tribute to a Argentinian musicial who left his Argentina and moved to France where he became the most notable folk musician in this country. He is the one at your left and Milton Blanco, who was been a guest before, return to tell us a story that few people knows. In addition, Nuria Martinez, who Read More …

Nuria Martínez is this week guest

This week episode, Nuria Martínez, a well known musician is my guest. With Nuria we talked about everything, from her musical upbringing, feminism, musicians not valued (Uña Ramos) by media, her performances, social media, commercial mainstreams, you name it. This episode is almost one hour and a half , and I guarantee that you will not be dissapointed.

Albino Rhino is our next guest

This week guest is one of the founding members of Albino Rhino, a local DC Band which I saw performing on Takoma Park Folk Festival. If you have not heard of this band, is because, as many local bands, live stream media does not support/nor care of DC’s great non-commercial local bands. If they do, Washington Post, Washingtonian, and all Read More …

Javier López Trezza from journalism to blues

Next Saturday, October 19, 2019 Episode 110 will have a special guest: Javier López Trezza. On this episode we talked about his teen years, the music he listened to during a troubles Argentina (Videla’s dictatorship, Falkland Islands War, etc). He was a music journalist for Pelo and Metal magazines and he has written many poetry books and recorded LP and Read More …

Music in 2Flavors/Música en 2Sabores winner of LPA 2019

Last Saturday, October 12, 2019 we ended being finalist in 2 categories of 4 (Music and multi-language podcasts). As the pictures showed above and below, we ended winning the Multi-language Podcast Award. As I said on my Facebook post, first I owed this award to my wife, Puri, for supporting me in all my crazy ventures and all of my Read More …

Gohar Vardayan

This Saturday we are going to have one of the most outstanding classical guitar players I have heard so far: Gohar Vardayan. While you are listening to my conversation with Gohar this Saturday, she will performing in Sweden as a guest performer on a Guitar Festival.  I have been following Gohar for awhile, via her Patreon account and thru #StringsByMail Read More …

Daniel Ferruz

After 2 weeks on “vacation” attending family matters, finally I am able to programmed for this Saturday a Spanish episode with Daniel Ferruz. If you would like to know more about this talented Spaniard jazz piano performer, you cannot miss this episode. We talked about his upbringing in Zaragoza, his musical formation in Barcelona and Netherlands, and I made some Read More …

We are nominated for another Award

Today a fellow podcaster told me that Music in 2Flavors/Música en 2Sabores was nominated by Ivoox for Premios Ivoox de la Audiencia 2019. The link for the votes is attached https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/3PGGQG9?fbclid=IwAR2CAJMjkdoY75dIch7hdHuyQEAnvU1C53Dcplm1HPty_pNo5RpzotblYqM. If you enter your email and scroll down to number 8, Música (Music) you will find my podcast in the left column where my logo appears. There is also Read More …

Giulia Millanta

This Saturday, we are going back to my usual self, meaning interviews and music. Our guest is talented Giulia Millanta, an Italian born singer that moved to Austin, Texas to pursue her love of storytelling songs. She is also known for her support of her music community and that is why she launched the Us Project. If you want to Read More …

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 …