Lalo Rodriguez, Los Hermanos Moreno

July 26, 2019 | 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Bronx River Drive at Lafayette Ave | Bronx, NY | All Ages | FREE!  
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Puerto rican salsa singer Lalo Rodriguez was a child prodigy; by 16 years old he had joined the legendary salsero Eddie Palmieri’s band, appearing on his Grammy-winning LPs Sun Of Latin Music in 1974 and Unfinished Masterpiece in 1976. As a solo artist, he was a star of the salsa romantica era in the late 80s/early 90s, cracking the Billboard top 10 with the saucy 1988 single “Ven, devórame otra vez” (Come, devour me again). He’s joined by brothers William and Nelson Moreno—better known as Los Hermanos Moreno-a duo formed in New Jersey in 1989 known for their aggressive salsa style and intricate arrangements. Affectionately known as “Nelson the babyface” and “Willie the killer,” the pair made the latin charts in the 90s with their salsa hits “Sopa de Pichón” and “Quimbombo.”

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