Funded in Part by the City of Austin and the Economic Development/Cultural Arts Division; The Resistencia Bookstore present "May Day - El Dia del Trabajo." Come celebrate this Family friendly alcohol free May Day event con musica, food, poetry, film, soapbox speeches, literature, and the launch of Austin Beloved Community-a website bringing social justice organizations together. The Bronze Band Performance @ 9:00 PM; and don't miss it 'cause it'll be short and sweet.
On Sunday March 30, 2014 El Toro Negro Lounge presents Robert Ojeda and The Bronze Band. Vocalist Robert Ojeda, Ram Pedraza on sax, Ben Armendariz on bass, Dr G on guitar, JJ Barrera on bajo-sexto, & Beatle Barrera on drums take the audience on an old school Tejano/Tejana musical journey infusing various music styles of ranchera, bolero, cumbia, country-western, and R&B. The Bronze Band; dedicated to keep Austin weird and Travis County wild. Show begins at 7:00 pm til 10:00 pm
The Bronze Band performs on March 29, 2014 at the Cesar Chavez Annual "Si Se Puede!" Celebration. Come join us tribute the memory of the legendary Cesar Chavez downtown at the Austin City Hall outdoor Plaza (201 w. Cesar Chavez Blvd).
El Toro Negro presents Robert Ojeda and The Bronze Band featuring an evening of live Tex-Mex dance music infused with R&B, Oldies, Salsa Chicana, and Country-western swing. The Bronze Band-Just another band that keeps Austin weird and Travis County wild. Show begins at 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm featuring Robert Ojeda on trumpet & vocal, Ram Pedraza on sax, Ben Armendariz on bass, Dr G on lead guitar, Vic Hernandez on accordion, Beatle Barrera on drums, and special guest JJ Barrera on bajo-sexto & guitar. Don't miss this exciting show cuz you never know what local musician might show up and get on stage with The Bronze Band.
El Toro Negro presents Robert Ojeda and The Bronze Band. Join Robert Ojeda and Ben Armendariz/bass, Dr. G/guitar, Ram Pedraza/sax, RC/drums, and Vic Hernandez/accordion as they take the audience through a unique Old School TexMex dance music journey infused with R&B, country-western, and Salsa Chicana. Come find out what makes Austin Weird.
Sounds Like: Big Lu y Los Muchachos, Dr. Loco's Rockin' Jalapeño Band, Little Joe y La Familia, Los dioses ocultos "Caifanes"
Manager: Robert Ojeda
Bio: He is a Texas native recently returned from California after collaborating with artistic director and choreographer Yolanda Chacon Beniquez on the traditions of Mexican ballet forlklorico music and dance in the community and public school system.
He is recognized in California and Texas as a per...See Full Bio
“The band is made up of veteran musicians with impressive resumes that include time with such legendary names as Big Lu y Los Muchachos, Little Joe y La Familia, and many, many more. With a group like this, you can expect to hear a wide variety of styles, including Jazz, Salsa, Tejano, Soul, and more.”