Fulaso At ¡Vaya! 63 Series, March 24

NYC-based band Fulaso, featuring Erica Ramos, will be playing the next installment of the crucial ¡Vaya! 63 series at The David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center. The show is produced in association with NYU's Music & Social Change Lab. Barcelona native DJ Turmix (of the famous Boogaloo! NYC parties) will open with a vinyl DJ set. This all happens Friday, March 24, 7pm. The event is free admission, on a strictly first-come first-serve basis. And yes, they all "sell" out. 61 W 62nd St New York, NY 10023

With hefty brass and raucous rhythms rooted in Puerto Rico, Cuba, and Colombia, the bilingual, multicultural 10-piece band Fulaso knows how to keep the dance floor jumping with its signature brand of FUnky LAtin SOul!. These folks are unstoppable with the magnetic energy of one of the most captivating frontwomen on the mic, the soulful songstress Erica Ramos. Fulaso’s music and vibe emanate New York City, anchored in the classic boogaloo and Latin soul of El Barrio in the ’60s and ’70s, infused with a jolt of millennial funk and bumpin' neo-soul, this band is making waves as an exciting act not to be missed!

Peace & Rhythm and Enlace Funk magazine will be teaming up to release Fulaso's debut vinyl single next month, a two song 45rpm 7" with picture sleeve, to accompany the magazine. Details here.


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