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The best kept secret in music


"Nightlife/ Past your bedtime"

The excitement grew with each song. Perrone’s shoulders and arms weaved through the air as she spun artfully, her red skirt flying; the physical embodiment of music thundered from Jones’ classical guitar. The café’s small space accentuated each note, each step, coaxing the audience to participate in any way. People began to shout “Olé,” and the audience clapped rhythmically when the music required a little extra percussion. Small children ran to the front near the performers to jump and thrash, the music moving their young bodies. They broke the ice —adults soon crowded the dance floor with the more traditional partner-style dancing. - Louisville Eccentric Observer

"Orchestra Stirs Up Latin Flavors"

By Andrew Adler
The (Louisville) Orchestra performed the first of two Summer Classics programs at the Clifton Center off Payne Street. That alone was a deliberate contrast to the east county environs of St. Francis. But the orchestra is seeking more than simply a change of location.
The least traditional aspect of Thursday's program came about halfway through, when local group …al Sur presented two Flamenco-dance pieces at the front of the stage. Comprising orchestra double bassist Sidney King, percussionist Brian Kushmaul , guitarist Gareth Jones and dancer Graciela Perrone , the ensemble crackled while cranking up the heat. - Louisville Courier Journal


Graciela (complete album)
1st Single (N America) "Sepia Nite"
1st Single (S America) "Me Duele Tu Amor"(written and composed by Jorge Schellemberg)


Feeling a bit camera shy


Graciela: The culmination of 2 ½ years of production, Graciela is the debut project of Uruguay’s Graciela Perrone. This album epitomizes the diversity of the woman herself through smooth, yet cutting-edge Latin-pop and jazz, Spanish gypsy music, and traditional Uruguayan rhythms. This project was produced entirely by Todd Smith (Days of the New, Smashmouth, Warner Chapel Music, MCA), insuring fluidity and a detail to attention lacking in many of today’s productions. Highlights include beat production by Matt “Watts” Watkins (Code Red, Label X/ Toucan Cove Records, Madecy Distribution) a remarkable solo guitar track by renowned flamenco guitarist, Gareth Jones (Stone Garden Records, 21st Century Nite Prods. Sound Investments, LLC) a song orchestrated by Scott Staidle (Led Zepplin’s No Quarter Tour, Louisville Orchestra, Mel Bay publications) a traditional Uruguayan candombe by Uruguayan pop legend Jorge Schellemberg.