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Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, David Correa's music is played worldwide and he has recorded 5 cd's to date.
His group Cascada has been entertaining audiences since 1999 with its passionate and distinctive blend of instrumental Latin Guitar World Fusion. Blending the Spanish guitar with Afro-Cuban and Latin rhythms from Mexico & Central America and a hint of middle-eastern influenced melodies.
Between 1999 and 2003 Correa released three independent CD's.
"Cascada" in 1999 (Zocalo Records)
"Alas del Viento" in 2001 (Zocalo Records)
"Incidents of Travel" in 2003 (Zocalo Records)
David Correa and CASCADA have toured throughout the west coast, northwest & southwest regions and have won numerous accolades and awards. Including 3 NORBAY awards for "Best Latin Band" in the San Francisco North Bay area three years in a row from 2005 through 2007. Signed to prestigious Baja/TSR Records in '06 and releasing "Rumba de la Selva" in 2007.
In 2008 "Gypsy Spice" Best of New Flamenco was released and featured the track "Linda" from "Rumba de la Selva" along side artists such as Ottmar Liebert, Jesse Cook, Armik, Young & Rollins, Luis Villegas, Behzad, Govi and Benise.
In 2009 "Best of CASCADA 1999-2009" was released on Zocalo Records and features 10 tracks from the past four recordings (Cascada, Alas del Viento, Incidents of Travel & Rumba de la Selva).
In 2011 David Correa and Cascada's 5th CD "Eterna Primavera" was released.
In 2013 "Guitar Greats III" CD compilation was released featuring one of Correa's tracks "Amistad". Other artists featured on this compilation include Jesse Cook, Johannes Linstead, Incendio, Armik, Behzad, Novamenco, Luis Villegas, Lawson Rollins and others.