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Gregorio Uribe Working On BIG BAND Album


The Colombian Artist who mixes traditional Latin rhythms with modern Latin jazz is working on his next album.  Gregorio Uribe has enjoyed international success with his single, Caribe Contigo.  He formed the “big band Latino” and performs at popular venues including the Zinc Bar and Iridium in New York City.

 

 Gregorio Uribe

 

 

You can contribute to the success of this album through the Gregorio Uribe kickstarter  campaign.  Gregorio has a range of incentives including a personal lesson on the accordian depending upon the amount of your contribution.  This is a great way to support talented artists who bring original and thoughtful music to your front door!

 

 

 

 

While the team at Un Dia Sin Fronteras are great Gregorio Uribe Big Band Latino fans, we are not going to give you the sell job for this album.   The music sells all by itself.   Be sure to check out some of the other things Gregorio Uribe is doing!

 

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NY 10012
(212) 477-9462

 

 


 

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Colombian Immigrant Gregorio Uribe Mixing First Solo Album



 

 Musical Visionary

Folkloric Musician

Dreamer From Colombia

Mixing First Solo Album

Steps To Fame and Fortune

 

 


Those who follow Gregorio Uribe are mostly convinced.  It is not if, but when, will this brilliant musical talent strike it big in the US market?  Every great musician remembers his first solo album and Uribe has been working on this one long enough, he will have many memories from the effort!    Judging by the you tube video he did to keep people up to date, it is going to be a great album!

 

 

The Colombian immigrant who came to study music in the US already has a strong following.  In a sense, to have a name and play some of the most prestigious clubs in New York City is hitting it big.  In addition to playing the Zinc bar, Uribe and the band he formed called the Uribe Big Band Latino, have played the Iridium Jazz Club, set up a concert series in Central Park and toured Colombia.

 



They also have a hit single out called Caribe Contigo.

The solo album may be what puts Uribe all over the map.  That is to say, since he has made a big splash in the Big Apple, how much more will it take for the rest of the country to catch on?  Uribe has taken the risky path of mixing folkloric melodies with the big band sound.  He could have fallen on his face, but quite the opposite.  The band and the music are respected and gaining fans the world over.  It will take a little luck and continued good management on Uribe’s part to pull the rest off, to land him on the stage with the biggest names in US music.  When that jet takes off, the humble writer, director and performer will be able to claim a position along with the best composer of the year.

 



Hang on to your seats.  Uribe is just getting started.  His music is original, well arranged, and always leaves you thinking and wanting more.  Those who are in the know will want to keep a sharp watch out for Uribe, who has a knack for developing trends.

Please enjoy the piece played.  This is a wonderful arrangement.  You can also buy music from the Uribe Big Band Site.

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Gregorio Uribe Beatles Arrangement Catch Him At The Zinc In NYC


Gregorio Uribe

 

 

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Uribe Big Band Latino!

 

Live At The

Zinc Bar, NYC

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Thursday, August 4 at 10:00 pm – August 5 at 1:00 am

 

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Location Zinc Bar



82 West 3rd Street

New York, NY

 

Thursday, August 4 at 10:00 pm – August 5 at 1:00 am

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On thursday, the Big Band will be presenting a classic

Beatles tune redrafted and remolded in a Cumbia!

Gregorio says, “…oh yes! Beatles con Alegre,

Tambora y Marcon! Can you

guess which tune it might be?”

 

Gregorio Uribe Big Band.com

 

Gregorio Uribe has created a new sound by blending Cumiba and other Colombian rhythems with “funk” and “groove”!  Musicians from several countries around the world have come together to form the “Big Band Latino” sound.  It is a dream and a collaberation of some of the world’s best talents.

 

Gregorio-Uribe, Big-Band-Latino

 

Uribe is an immigrant from Colombia who toured parts of South and Central America as a youth.  He studied the music of country-side, called “folkloric” music.  Uribe came to the US to study music and began to form the roots of the 16 piece brass and rhythem band called the “Uribe Big Band Latino.”

 

Gregorio Uribe Big Band.com 

 

The Big Band has played in multiple venues including the exclusive Iridium Night Club and of course, the Zinc Bar.  Recently, the band returned from a tour of Uribe’s native Colombia where it was wildly accepted.

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Uribe has shared the stage with Grammy Award winning artists including Rubén Blades and Carlos Vives.   As the Big Band continues to create it’s legend, one day, soon enough, the reverse may be true.    Others will say they have shared the stage with the Colombian immigrant Gregorio Uribe and Big Band Latino, well deserved of Grammy recognition!

 

Come join Gregorio Uribe and the 16 piece Big Band Latino at the Zinc bar!  Latin Music and ingenious arranging have earned this band a big reputation.  You won’t be disappointed!

 


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