Headliner Series

TIMBALIVE • Saturday, December 13th • 9PM

TIMBALIVE • Saturday, December 13th • 9PM

TIMBALIVE burst onto Miami’s music scene in August 2008 offering the best of Cuban music with a blend of rhythms from around the world and coupled with sophisticated production techniques and a spectacular live show. Timbalive is one of the Hottest Latin bands, based in Miami, and their first Album, “From Miami a la Habana”, create an unexpected success in Cuban Music History. Timbalive’s Members are all well trained musicians from different Cuban musical schools, and many of them have played with some of the best and well-known artists from around the world such as: Amaury Gutierrez , Willy Chirino , Albita Rodriguez, Isaac Delgado, Manolin (El Medico de la Salsa), Grupo Afrocuba, Carlos Manuel, Luis Enrique, Rey Ruiz, Marc Anthony, Celia Cruz, Pablo FG, Clave y Guaguanco, Oscar de Leon…now they are all together to realize their musical dream, the biggest and most successful Timba based in the United States.

Lucy Grau • SATURDAY, December 27th • 9PM

Lucy Grau • SATURDAY, December 27th • 9PM

Lucy Grau is described as a true vocalist, personality and performer, delivering an original and thrilling salsa music experience. Her powerhouse voice has earned her the title “Lucy La Voz” (Lucy the Voice). In 2012, she launched her remake of “Last Dance”, in memorial to her favorite female singer, disco legend Donna Summer. Grau’s single received international acclaim and was followed by the release of her first salsa album “Alocada” (Wild), the following year. The album is all Grau, melding a new generation of salsa vocals and rhythms with a diverse repertoire of songs and genres popularized by top American and Latin music artists. She has shared the stage with some of Latin music’s greats, including Carlos Oliva y Los Sobrinos del Juez (the judge’s nephews), Andy Garcia, Tito Nieves, Richie Ray & Bobby Cruz y “Los bravos de la Fania”, Eddie Santiago, Hansel y Raul and La India, among others. Her musical accolades include three years on the Miami Latin television show “Tropicalisimo”. The show earned Grau a large fan following and an “Ambiente” award, recognizing her as one of Miami’s favorite singers.