Take Five With Seguida
The Latin-Rock explosion began, when Santana first burst onto the music scene in the late sixties and early Seventies. While Santana was becoming popular on the West Coast, a young group of Hispanic musicians from the Bronx in New York City wanted to build upon the Caribbean roots of Afro/Cuban jazz, Rhythm and Blues, and New York City salsa.
The group was called Seguida. Seguida's music is a unique mix of funk, hip hop, rock, R&B, salsa and jazz.Instrument(s):
drums, keyboards, bass.Your dream band: