Alex Cuba mines the music

Alex Cuba is a Latin Grammy/Juno winner, singer-songwriter who is not tied to tradition; Alex has a vast musical vision.

Alex Cuba

• Sunday, Nov. 24, Miners’ Union Hall, 7 p.m.

Alex Cuba is a Latin Grammy/Juno winner, singer-songwriter who is not tied to tradition; Alex has a vast musical vision.

His sugarcane-sweet melodies, pop-soul hooks and powerful guitar riffs, relinquish a conventional stereotype that exemplifies much of the Latin music landscape. Collaborating with artists such as: Nelly Furtado, Juan Luis Guerra, Juanes and Ron Sexsmith, just to name a few.

In 2012, Alex released his fourth album “Ruido En El Sistema,” which Alex received his second Socan Hagood Hardy Award for outstanding achievement in Jazz and World Music.

He also won his second Latin Grammy Award – this time as a songwriter. Listen to Alex Cuba at https://www.facebook.com/AlexCubaMusic

Tickets are $22 in advance and are available at “Out of the Cellar” in Rossland and the Charles Bailey Box office in Trail. Tickets are $25 at the door.

 

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