Zon del Barrio and their latest CD, “Cortijo’s Tribe”, will be aired over WNBC TV’s Ch. 4 Weekend Today show with Lynda Baquero
Saturday, December 15, 9 a.m.
WNBC’s Weekend Today Show can be viewed globally through Direct TV.
Stay tuned & visit our website @ www.zondelbarrio.com
Music from the FANIA Years with Spanish Harlem’s hottest group
*ZON DEL BARRIO*
w/special guests Fania All-Star Yomo Toro, King of the Cuatro, and Cortijo alum Sammy Ayala
Friday, December 28, two shows: 8 & 10 pm
204 Varick Street*
212.243.4990 or visit our website @ www.zondelbarrio.com*
Hear the hot salsa music from the Fania years alongside aguilnaldos, bombas & plenas.
The first 200 people will receive a free Fania music promo CD compilation “Que Viva La Salsa”
*Zon del Barrio* @ G & G
& A special in-store presentation with *Yomo Toro* in
El Barrio, USA on
*David Fernandez, Aurora, Yomo Toro & Sammy Rosa: Zon del Barrio*
Twelve days of Christmas??? Not for Latinos, the party continues into *Las Octavitas with Zon del Barrio*.
Saturday, January 12 – Two shows: 11:30 p.m. & 1 a.m.
Gonzalez & Gonzalez
625 Broadway & Lafayette, New York, 10012*
Cost : No Cover
There’s never a cover and there’s even a free dance lesson if you get
there early. But bring your own on2 partner for insurance. There’s also
a mouth watering Mexican cuisine for those who want dinner and a full
bar for the drinkers. Performing dance-style classic Afro-Puerto Rican &
Cuban music from the barrios, *Aurora & Zon del Barrio* bring its foot
stomping, funk-based classic salsa, plena, bomba & boogalu to the
corners of the Barrios where Latinos live, work, & play the “son” found
throughout the Caribbean.
Welcome to the barrio zone; Where History Becomes Music. Come check
out our new members of Zon del Barrio. New Year, New Sound, New Soul….
www.ZondelBarrio.com. Click on our EVENTS page to watch a clip from our
sold out x-mas show with YOMO TORO @ SOBs.
& Aurora Communications invite you to celebrate:
¡Sammy Ayala’s 75th Birthday!
Friday, February 22, 2008
An original, co-founding member of Cortijo y su Combo, singer/songwriter Sammy Ayala was part of the first all-black orchestra featured over Puerto Rican television daily in 1954 ….. ten years BEFORE the civil rights act was signed into Congress in the U.S. Rafael Cortijo’s group fused the music of the great Antilles, crossing color and economic divides, to pave the way for the upbeat salsa music we enjoy today.
Active in his senior years, Sammy Ayala is a member of Zon del Barrio alongside Yomo Toro who will be celebrating Sammy’s birthday. Read their bios @ www.zondelbarrio.com.
Take a look, hear the music, and i’m sure you’ll agree that Sammy’s life makes for an inspirational evening.
204 Varick St @ W Houston
DIRECTIONS: IRT #1 Train to Houston St or IND Trains A B C D E F to West 4
Doors open at 6.00 pm Shows are at 8.00 pm & 10.00 pm
ADMISSION $12 FROM 6-8PM & $15.00 AFTER 8.00 PM
Zon del Barrio & Sammy Ayala, Arturo O’Farril & Sophia Tosello
“Discover Latin America”
@ the Harlem School of the Arts,
Friday, May 9 @ 6:00 pm
Zon del Barrio & Sammy Ayala
Friday, May 9, 2008 at
Harlem School of the Arts
645 St. Nicholas Avenue
New York, NY 10030
Cost : Adults $8; Seniors and Students with ID $6
All children under 12: FREE