Jenny and the Mexicats, Gaby & La Buena Onda
  • Jenny and the Mexicats

    Jenny and the Mexicats

    Jenny and the mexicats it's a fusion of nationalities and personalities, a band that has a very particular history. The band had its beginnings in Madrid as Pachucos y la princesa, in June 2008

    It all started when Icho (double bass) invited Jenny to live in Madrid. Jenny in her 20s had come to the right place. Icho called the best guitarist he knew, Pantera a guitarist with very versatile flamenco technique, they had played together for many years in a rockabilly and punk band in their hometown in Mexico.

    Pantera proposed a colleague that he played with in the world of flamenco and he played the cajon. David, an extraordinary Spanish cajon player. And that's how they all got together.

    That's how a little adventure of an English girl started and gives rise to Jenny and the Mexicats.

    Their first concert was Wonderland, a small festival that generates money to help cancer research in the UK, in August 2008. The roots that this new sound carried, made Jenny start to compose a lot and so Jenny and the Mexicats started to rehearse in the place where everyone had met ... a flamenco tablao, las carboneras.

  • Gaby & La Buena Onda

    Gaby & La Buena Onda

    Latin Soul, Good Vibes & Mucho Amor

    Award winning singer/songwriter (most recently nominated for a San Diego Music Awards for Best World Music Album), Gaby Aparicio blends numerous cultural sounds together inspired from her coastal Uruguayan and Italian family roots. Honing her laid-back, sunny style in Orlando, FL, Aparicio headed to San Diego, CA in 2014. Since then, she has become a fixture in the live music scene, performing her signature fusion of Latin, world, pop, reggae, and soul with various configurations of her band, La Buena Onda, at iconic local venues and festivals such as Music Box, Adams Ave. Unplugged, and Chicano Park Day. Other notable performances include singing the national anthem for the NBA’s Orlando Magic, showcases at Gibson and Sony Music Studios in New York City, and opening for Latin Grammy© winners Monsieur Periné. Though no stranger to impressive accolades (she is a two-time winner of Cari Cole’s Signature Songwriting Circle Contest and 2018 winner of the West Coast International Song Contest), Aparicio’s creative mission is quite modest: she hopes to inspire others by spreading positive vibrations and love.

    Gaby released her latest world soul album, recorded by Grammy© winning producer, Alan Sanderson, of Pacific Beat Recording, in July of 2019. She was a featured Taylor Guitar player in the February 2020 Wood&Steel publication, as well as at the Taylor Guitar booth at the 2020 NAMM Show. She will also be featured as an official QSC Audio endorsed artist in their YouTube TouchMix Sessions in conjunction with the Ursa Polaris Sessions, later this year.

    Be on the look out for her latest release, Corazon (9 Theory Remix), an electronic collaboration with 9 Theory, the solo music project of eclectic LA-based singer/songwriter, beat-maker, remixer and producer, Gabe Lehner. Follow 9 Theory on Spotify and get notified of his latest releases!