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Y LA BAMBA at Milkboy ArtHouse

Go see Y LA BAMBA at Milkboy ArtHouse this Sunday!

Y La Bamba has been many things, but at the heart of it is singer-songwriter Luz Elena Mendoza’s inquisitive sense of self. Their fifth record, Mujeres, carries on the Portland-based band’s affinity for spiritual contemplation, but goes a step further in telling a story with a full emotional spectrum. Coming off Ojos Del Sol, one of NPR’s Top 50 Albums of 2016, Mujeres exhibits the scope of Mendoza’s artistic voice like never before. “Soy como soy,” Mendoza says, and that declaration is the bold— even political— statement that positions Mujeres to be Y La Bamba’s most unbridled offering yet.

Members:
Luzelena Mendoza: guitar, vocals
Ben Meyercord: bass, vocals
Mike Kitson: percussion, vocals
Sean Flinn: guitar
Eric Schrepel: accordion
Paul Cameron: guitar, vocals
Scott Magee: ukelele, clarinet, percussion, vocals

SUN · JULY 21, 2019
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

MilkBoy ArtHouse
7416 Baltimore Ave
College Park, MD, 20740

milkboyarthouse.ticketfly.com

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