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    G. Love and Special Sauce

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    August 11, 2011

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    G. Love and Special Sauce

    G. Love and his band Special Sauce are known for their unique, laid-back blues sound. The group released their first album, self-titled, in 1994, and have been mixing Blues, R&B, Folk, and Hip Hop ever since.

    Growing up in New Orleans, Trombone Shorty was participating in brass band parades as a child, carrying his trombone even before his arms were long enough to reach all the positions on the slide.

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        Sal JanssonFERNANDO eSPINDOLA

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        Fernando Espindola has been playing Andean music since his early teenage years in Bolivia. As a native of Oruro, the city famous for having the most elaborate carnival in Bolivia, he was exposed to a concentration of folklore that would be difficult to equal anywhere else.
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