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PALO! is not your average South Florida Cuban Band. This Grammy and Latin-Grammy nominated band has performed at leading festivals as well as clubs and live music venues in the United States, Canada, Latin American and Europe. When seeking a Salsa band in South Florida, many event planners for corporate events hire PALO! to help create a unique experience. The band has also brought their unique flavor of Cuban Salsa to many private events in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, The Florida Keys and Tampa.
PALO! is active in Cultural and Educational events and has done numerous workshops and master classes at universities and colleges.
Salsa Band has performed with Major Artists
The band has shared the stage with Salsa artists such as Alexander Abreu and Havana D’ Primera at the Tempo Latino Festival in Vic Fezensac, France, and with Willy Chirino in the Adrienne Arsht Center in Miami.
Latin Miami Sound throughout South Florida
The unique sound of PALO! represents the newest generation of the Latin Miami Sound, pioneered by Chirino, Gloria Estefan and The Miami Sound Machine, and Carlos Oliva y Los Sobrinos Del Juez. PALO! combines Cuban Salsa with jazzy funk, performing engaging songs in the tradition of El Gran Combo De Puerto Rico, Celia Cruz, and Cheo Feliciano.
PALO! played their first show in 2003 at Miami’s longest running Cuban Music Club, Hoy Como Ayer. The band recently celebrated their fifteen-year anniversary at their current Little Havana Residency, the historic Ball & Chain.
Is PALO! the best latin band in South Florida? Just ask their fans! Over their career, PALO! has built up a very loyal fan-following of Cuban Music in South Florida and throughout the world. Some of the band’s songs, such as “Al Monte”, have become favorites of Cuban Music fans on YouTube and Facebook.
Arturo Gomez, Music Director of KUVO Radio in Denver, Colorado said this about PALO! “Their recordings and videos are amazing, but to truly appreciate this band, you must see them live.”