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Canciones: Sounds of Spain and South Texas

The Pearl’s excellent Canciones series continues in partnership with Olé, its ongoing and multifaceted celebration of SA’s Spanish roots. For this installment of the series, which brings veteran local musicians to beautiful Pearl Park, Joe Reyes will take the stage and bring along some friends. Reyes is a Grammy-winning producer, an ace sideman, a guitar guru, and a key component of several of SA’s best bands (Buttercup and Mitch Webb and the Swindles, just to name a couple). He has been one of the most consistent and influential individuals in local music for three decades. In other words: if you’ve been sleeping on this swell concert series, now is the ideal time to remedy that.

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