Saturday, January 26, 2013
Pancho & Sal
No cover for last minute show tonight at Bozzini's
Released by Mano, Bozzini's Restaurant
(Saturday) only Bozzini's is pleased to announce a last-minute live
The Rio Samaya band
featuring Pancho & Sal. The music will be kicking off at or just
before 7:00 p.m.
Rio Samaya is in town entertaining folks at the Home Show at
Heritage Park and offered to entertain the rest of you who are not
in the market for a sauna or hot tub. There is no cover or tickets
for this performance so if you've been sitting on the fence about
coming to a show Upstairs at Bozzini's, here's a great opportunity.
The band will of course
gladly accept tips or sell you a CD but it is not mandatory.
You can make reservations at
On the Menu
We are featuring Roast Lamb
again this weekend with rice, roast potatoes, vegetable, tzatziki,
pita bread, & Greek salad.
About Pancho & Sal
A poet since his youth in Argentina, Pancho is the lead singer and
songwriter. He writes in the centuries-old tradition of Spanish
America, blending it with elements of folk, country, and reggae, as
well as the flamenco he learned from Gypsies in the south of France.
Sal grew up playing accordion in Vancouver but has roots in
Argentina, sings ethereal harmonies and plays hand percussion
instruments. They have a unique style of translating simultaneously
from Spanish to English. Bombo, chachas, accordion, quena, flute,
guitar and charango are just some of the instruments they play.
Together they create a gentle but compelling sound.
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