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BHCP LIVE! with Horoscopos de Durango

Horoscopos de Durango performed a highly enjoyable set of some of their classic tunes from their extensive catalog

By Ricky Ricardo
Published on LatinoLA: July 29, 2013


BHCP LIVE! with Horoscopos de Durango


The BHCP LIVE! Free Summer Concert Series, set in Los Angeles' historic Baldwin Hills Crenshaw neighborhood-a vibrant, entertainment and cultural destination. Past performers of the BHCP LIVE! have included local talents Sy Smith, and Supa Lowery Brothers; as well as world renowned artists Stephanie Mills, Sheila E, Kelly Price, Ginuwine, Rachelle Ferrell & Ledisi, just to name a few.

The 4th Season of BHCP LIVE! has already lived up to the hype and delivered on the promise of Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza management, "Proudly providing the community with top quality entertainment experience in a safe, family-friendly environment.

Artists who have graced the outdoor Entertainment Plaza for the 4th season of BHCP LIVE! featured Klymaxx and Loose Ends, One +1 (Patrice Rushen and Ndugu Chancler with special guest Paul Jackson Jr., Alexander O'Neal and Cherrelle and Doug E. Fresh and Slick Rick the Ruler.

On Sunday, July 28th, a vibrant melody of brass instruments, keyboards and drum beats filled the air at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza as Horoscopos de Durango took center stage. The sisters Vicky and Marisol performed a first-class, thoroughly entertaining set, while fronting a tight energetic band. They sang classic tunes from their extensive catalog of hits. Several tunes that stood out were "Como te va mi Amor," "No me dejas con las ganas," La Mosca," and "Dos Locos", to name a few for a captivated crowd.

Fronted by sisters Vicky and Marisol Terrazas, Horoscopos de Durango is one of the most renowned Duranguense banda groups in North America. The band was founded in Chicago in 1975 by the Terrazas's father, Armando Terrazas, and they proudly carry his legacy today all the way to the top of the Latin charts. Their music echoes both modern and classic regional Mexican styles, combining the brass instruments of Sinoloa-style banda with keyboards and percussions. In a genre that is filled with men, this female duo is a standout group, with five Billboard Music Awards and one Latin Grammy to their name.

About Ricky Ricardo:
Ricky Ricardo is a Southern California based music reviewer, writer and photographer with an emphasis in World and Latin music.




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