The Gitanos

The Gitanos

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The Gitanos have developed a style and presentation spearheading the next wave of Latin Rock. The combined efforts of The Gitanos and producer Michael Klooster (Keyboardist for the platinum achieving group Smash Mouth) have resulted in a buzz wherever they perform.

Biography

2008 Semi-Finalists
Emergenza Festival, San Francisco CA

2005 Featured act for Wells Fargo
Carnaval Festival Parade, San Francisco CA

2004 Semi-Finalist
Anheuser-Busch Battle of the Bands
Universal Studios, Studio City CA

2003 Finalist
Discmaker Independent World Series
ONE OF THE TOP 5 BANDS IN THE SOUTHWEST
As featured in the January 18, 2003 issue of Billboard Magazine.


The magic was apparent when The Gitanos teamed up with Michael Klooster. Michael, with multi-platinum credits to his name, agreed to produce and play keyboards on The Gitanos latest material. You don’t need a crystal ball to see the potential of this band. The Gitanos, Spanish for the gypsies, have been featured on local, national and international television, receiving airplay in college and commercial markets. They have been working the San Francisco Bay Area, the Central Valley of California, making their way into the market of Southern California over the last ten years, and are now featuring their acoustic act. The acoustic act is bringing excitement to the streets from San Francisco to San Diego. The Gitanos have played shows with such acts as Paulina Rubio, A.B. Quintanilla and The Kumbia Kings, Cafe Tacuba, Aterciopelados, Jorge Santana, and Enanitos Verdes.

Discography

Secretos de Nosotros
Studio 7 Latin Rock Jack Daniels (Compilation)
Going Somewhere (Compilation)
Independent Music World Series SW (Compilation)
The Right Place at the Right Time
Journey to Paradise

BMI
Available on CDBaby.Com, iTunes
www.myspace.com/thegitanos

Set List

The Gitanos play original songs including:
Por Tu Amor Me Muero
Que Loco Mundo
Distante
No Estamos Juntos
Secretos
Me Gusta Como Lo Haces
Niña
The Journey
Amor de Mi Vida
Buscondote

The Gitanos started by playing covers in the clubs of the San Francisco Bay area, by such groups as:
Mana, Soda Stereo, Caifanes, Heroes Del Silencio, Nek, La Ley, El Tri, Enanitos Verdes, and will still perform them when appropriate for the venue.