Afro-Latin-funk-jam band Suenalo Explodes Onto The Green Parrot StagePosted On:
Saturday and Sunday January 19th and 20th, beginning at 10 P.M.,
Green Parrot patrons will be dancing, twisting and shouting for two
pelvis-grinding nights as Suenalo brings a their 10-piece funk /
afro-beat / jam band to the Parrot stage. Unleashing a barrage of
music that’s simultaneously Afro-Cuban, Dominican hip-hop, R&B,
Latin-Funk, Cuban Rhumba, and Colombian Cumbia Suenala promises to
have Parrot dancers on their feet till the wee hours.
Created in 2002 in the vibrant neighborhood of Little Havana, Suénalo
has won legions of loyal fans and recently garnered Best Local Latin
Rock Band honors from the Miami New Times.
The group’s 10 members form a multicultural cocktail, a crashing
wave of African beats, reggae, dancehall, and samba that makes Suenalo
one of the most ecclectic bands to emerge from Miami in years.
Melded with horns and gyrating, wah wah-peddled guitars Suénalo’s
celebratory jam session becomes an addictive fusion of Afro-Latino
rhythms and American funk that makes one jump in joyful praise.
Astute Parrot regulars will recognize Suenalo’s trombone player, Chad
Berstein, as the conch shell virtuoso/trombone player in the Spam
Allstars’ horn section when they blew the doors off the place last
The Green Parrot Bar is your Southernmost Center for Culture of All
Kinds, at the corner
of Whitehead and Southard Streets. For additional information call The
Green Parrot at 294-6133.