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With a repertoire that brings together the most liked of oldie’s music and more than 10 years of experience on stage, this June 10th at the Recuerdos stage, Los Cryps will demonstrate that pop and Rock & Roll know no generational boundaries during its presentation at the Dia de la Musica festival.

At 7:00 p.m. next to the Art Museum, Los Cryps will offer a varied program made up of four different styles to relive great moments from the 50’s, 60’s and more, with genres such as surf rock, rock ballads in Spanish, songs by The Beatles and will close with some national rock and roll jewels.

Carlos Vázquez, a member of the group, says that the group is more than ready to give a fabulous concert that will be a trip to the glorious past of oldie’s music.

“I think it is a style of music that knows no generational boundaries. We now have 10 years with this concept to be able to say and base these ideas. Our expectation is that everyone will enjoy the music we play, they are songs that never go out of style,” he added.

Grateful for the opportunity offered by the Instituto Municipal de Cultura, Turismo y Arte de Mazatlán, this Saturday, June 10th, they will play on the stage set up on Venustiano Carranza street, in front of the Art Museum.

They will share the space with mezzo-soprano Sarah Holcombe and Cuarteto Los Osuna (8:00 p.m.), Las Chelas Disco Live Show (9:00 p.m.) and Heidi Herrera with her concert “What Women Sing” (10:00 p.m.), in this free concert to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Dia de la Musica.

Éste artículo fue publicado en Press, Spring Season Press. .

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