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 …

Takoma Park Folk Festival

This year, Takoma Park is celebrating its 40 Anniversary. In 1978, Sam Abbot decided to create a Folk Festival that celebrates Takoma Park commitment to the Arts. This first festival avoided and rejected a developer plans of destroying or changing Takoma Park Theather’s purpose. For the last 40 years, people of Takoma Park and all of the DMV Area have Read More …

Street Musicians in Seville

Many of you that follows me on Twitter (@Music2Flavors) do know that I had to travel to Spain to attend a family emergency. I spent many hours during day time in the hospital, and Puri asked me to leave to tour the city. I was not in a position to argue, I brought my digital recording Zoom H6 which I Read More …

Jontavious Willis – blues from Georgia

Today’s episode, I had the great opportunity of talking/interviewing a young talented musician whose name is already above his picture. We talked about his upbringing, his formal train in blues and also about how technology is killing sessions musicians. He admits that he had sessions musicians in his latest album released on April 5th, 2019 (Spectacular Class). Please be sure Read More …

Wammies Awards

If you are following me on Twitter and Facebook, I did some short livestreams from yesterday’s conference Pre-Wammies Awards Ceremony. I did two short interviews with Jus Paul and AD ST a rap/hip-hop producer whom are willing to sit with me and talk about their music and experiences on music industry. I also recorded some of the panelists on Arts 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 …

Canciones dentro de las prisiones de Pinochet

This week we will have a new episode in Spanish. You might remember that I announced that I was working in a special project. Well I am currently editing such episode and it will have music, storytelling, anecdotes, and much more. It is all about political prisoners in Pinochet Political Prisons. This episode will contain strong language and graphic description Read More …

Christmas Raffle

Hi Music in 2Flavors/Música en 2Sabores audience: As I mentioned on today’s tweet, I will be doing a raffle on December 15, 2018 at 23 hours EST. It is easy to participate. First, you need to fill the Contact Form located in this website. There you will be furnishing all necessary information to send you the CD’s if you happen Read More …