Jimmy Bosch & His Band - Special Guest Lady DJ Emma

Discussion in 'Salsa' started by Pass It On, Nov 27, 2002.

  1. Pass It On

    Pass It On New Member

    November 27, 2002, 6:00PM

    HENRY KNOWLES & IZZY RODRIGUEZ
    PRESENT
    NYC's HOTTEST AFTER WORK SALSA DANCE PARTY
    SIMPLY SALSA MONDAYS ARE HERE TO STAY

    Monday, December, 2nd, 2002 *Doors open 6pm
    SALSA DURA
    JIMMY BOSCH & His Band
    Special Guest Lady DJ Emma
    all the way from the England - United Kingdom

    ..Jimmy Bosch plays it, lives it, and tells it like it is! A fiery exponent of the progressive sound often referred to as the most awesome Salsa band to dance to, listen to and watch in a concert setting, Bosch masterfully portrays his life experiences and musical inspiration creating Salsa for the next century. As New York's most sought after trombonist, he reinvigorates the Latin music scene by projecting his essence vis-a-vis, his emphatic solos, and rhythmic melodies which emanate from his soul and through his trombone. Whether before a sold-out audience, or in the company of the fans at home, Bosch unabashedly raises the raw intensity of his all-star band, igniting the spirit to relish in the swinging and complex mosaic of contemporary Latin music at its best - Salsa Dura.
    Bosch began playing trombone in 1970, and at age 13 this prodigious talent discovered the power of releasing energy through improvisation. Bosch frequented clubs in New York City with his trombone at hand. In 1978, while a student at Rutgers University, he was hired by Andy Gonzalez to work with Conjunto Libre, heralding the birth of a prolific career and extensive discography, spanning well over two decades. Bosch has collaborated with the most stellar figures in Salsa including, Cachao, Celia Cruz, Eddie Palmieri, Ray Barreto, the Machito Orchestra, Ruben Blades, Fania All-Stars, Willie Colon, Oscar D'Leon, and Marc Anthony.
    Landmark recordings in Salsa feature Bosch's inimitable verve and place him in the center of the Latin music movement. His figurative expressions in Salsa Clasica with Ray Barretto are his trademark. Bosch cements his relationship with the traditional yet intense horn sections of large Salsa bands on recordings such as the Machito Orchestra - "Jammin' in the Bronx", Libre - "Ritmo, Sonido y, Estilo", Caiman All-Stars - "Descarga in New York", and Cachao "Master Sessions, vol. I and II". Additionally, Jimmy's solos are essential contributions to productions such as "Tras la Tormenta" with Willie Colon and Ruben Blades, and Victor Manuelle's "Ahora Me Toca a Mi".
    In 1998/1999, Bosch and his band were invited to the most prestigious national and international Jazz and World Music festivals. Their extraordinary performances launched Bosch's solo career and initial recording, Soneando Trombon at major venues such as: Lincoln Center (New York City), North Sea Jazz Festival (Holland), Montreal Jazz Festival (Canada), Umbria Jazz Festival (Italy), Sidney Festival (Australia) and countless other Jazz, World Music and Salsa festivals around the world.
    In his concerts and recordings, Bosch, a charismatic musical director and bandleader, engages his audience by generously sharing the stage with his highly accomplished and veteran band members. While audiences revel in his unbridled creativity, Bosch graciously defers to his all-star band and orchestrates "solo-movements" for them to spontaneously shine; but more importantly, to climax with multiple moments where all are acknowledged, appreciated, and celebrated.
    Bosch is and will continue to be hailed by international audiences and critics, from New York to Puerto Rico, France, England, Belgium, Spain, Holland, and countries throughout Latin America. To this day he calls himself a "fiebru" (a feverish salsa head) and recognizes that he emerged both as an artist and a musician from his magical ability to impart his contagious passion. Bosch, a composer and a lyricist, is one of the most explosive and versatile trombonists of his generation. With his second album entitled, "Salsa Dura", he re-energizes and infuses this musical expression and builds upon his triumphant 1998 debut, Soneando Trombon on the RykoLatino label.

    DJ's Henry Knowles, Nelson Torres & Franklin Ayala
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    @ EL FLAMINGO Nightclub
    547 West 21 Street, New York City (212) 243-2121
    (Between 10th & 11th Avenues) across from Chelsea Piers
    Complimentary Hot Buffet @ 6:00pm &
    Salsa Dance Lesson @ 6:30pm
    Regular Admission: $10 (except special events)
    Note: See for yourself. You can view pictures of past nights at: http://www.mambon2.com
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    Coming Monday, December 2nd:
    Orlando Watussi & Orquestra
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    Que Viva La Salsa y Los Bailadores!!
    HENRY KNOWLES
    Salsa For The Entire Planet
    http://www.lamusica.com/henryknowles
    http://www.salsaartists.com/index.php3?text=interviews_henryknowles

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    Coming Soon:
    HENRY KNOWLES & IZZY RODRIGUEZ
    PRESENT THE ALL NEW AFTER WORK
    LATIN TINGE THURSDAYS
    AT CLUB BABALU
    33 WEST 44th STREET, NYC - 212-262-3333
    BEGINS DECEMBER 5TH
    FEATURING
    "MASTER VIOLINIST"
    ALFREDO DE LA FE & HIS ORQUESTRA
    DJ's HENRY KNOWLES & DJ WRECK
    PLUS OTHER INVITED DJ's & SPECIAL APPEARANCES
    FEATURING 2 ROOMS OF MUSIC
    MAIN ROOM OPENS @ 6PM
    VIP ROOM FEATURING DANCE MUSIC OPENS @ 11PM
    LIVE MUSIC 10PM
    COMPLIMENTARY BUFFET 6PM-8PM
    & SALSA DANCE LESSON @ 7PM
    ADMISSION: $5. BEFORE 8PM AND $15. AFTER
    LADIES 21 - GENTS 23 - PROPER ATTIRE REQUESTED
    Discounted Parking @ Central Parking System-330 W. 44th Street
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  2. dominodance

    dominodance New Member

    Wow!

    I think I can learn a thing or two in here, lol.

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