Victor Paz, Soaring Trumpeter Who Took the Lead in Latin Music and Beyond, Dies at 89
Spanish Heart: The Latin Side of Chick Corea
Bobby interviews Maestro EDDIE PALMIERI on the 40th Anniversary Celebration of the LATIN JAZZ CRUISE
Watch VIDEO OF the 40th Anniversary Celebration of the LATIN JAZZ CRUISE radio show 12/18/20 where Bobby interviewed Maestro EDDIE PALMIERI and played with him in a first time ever historic trio format with his bassist LUQUES CURTIS. https://www.facebook.com/wbgojazz/videos/238585194286476
Bobby interviews Maestro Eddie Palmieri
If you missed the live interview I conducted with Maestro Eddie Palmieri last night 9/23, here it is.
Willie Torres, One of the Most Widely Recorded Vocalists in Latin Music, Has Died at 90
Willie Torres, whose bell-like tone and nimble phrasing helped make him one of the most recorded singers in Latin music, died on Aug. 13. He was 90. Bobby pays remembrance.
Bobby talks with NPR about West Side Story Reimagined
Growing up as a Nuyorican kid in the Bronx, Bobby Sanabria first watched “West Side Story” in the movie theaters, on the 10th anniversary of the film’s release. “I was mesmerized,” said the Latin Jazz drummer and composer. In 2017, the Broadway classic celebrated its 60th anniversary and to honor this milestone, Sanabria re-envisioned what Latino New York City actually sounds like. The result was his album, “West Side Story Reimagined.” Maria Hinojosa talks to the drummer and composer about what the iconic musical means to him and how he paid tribute to its legacy.