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Babaloo

Babaloo

Babaloo


Babaloo plays a unique brand of international dance party music. Babaloo originated in Jamaica Plain, MA, a multi-cultural enclave of Boston, where the music of local punk rock bands mix with the sounds of Mambo, Bachata, Reggaeton, and Merengue that emanate from car stereos, front stoops, and bodegas. Their music is rooted in Latin and Afro-Caribbean styles, such as mambo, cha cha cha, samba, reggae, ska, and African soukous combined with the energy, presence and irreverence of the best punk rock. Read more on Last.fm
Babaloo plays a unique brand of international dance party music. Babaloo originated in Jamaica Plain, MA, a multi-cultural enclave of Boston, where the music of local punk rock bands mix with the sounds of Mambo, Bachata, Reggaeton, and Merengue that emanate from car stereos, front stoops, and bodegas. Their music is rooted in Latin and Afro-Caribbean styles, such as mambo, cha cha cha, samba, reggae, ska, and African soukous combined with the energy, presence and irreverence of the best punk rock. Babaloo creates music that is truly infectious in an atmosphere that resemble a trip through the southern hemisphere with Johnny Rotten or Joey Ramone as your tour guide.

They are truly a one of a kind experience. Babaloo is: El Presidente al Dente AKA B - lead vocals and percussion S. Goody - freebass Captain Kickass - guitars and vocals Washtub AKA Shubs - drumset, timbales, and vocals Nova AKA Ned Zeppellin - congas, percussion, and vocals Max Factoria - trumpet and percussion D AKA John Lebanon - trumpet and percussion Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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