The Riekestra, Greysmith, and Ramon Mirabet
Ramon Mirabet is a singer from Sant Feliu de Llobregat residing in Sitges. Grandson of circus artists and son of musicians, he began to surround himself with music since childhood. His father made him known bands like Chicago or The Police and most importantly, to understand jazz .
In 2013 he released his first album, Happy Days , financed by himself with the money he earned for many years playing in the streets. In February 2016 he released his second studio album, entitled "Home Is Where The Heart Is" 2 and it is in this same year that he puts music to a summer advertisement of a Catalan beer brand with his single 'Those Little Things' .
Greysmith is a 5-man ensemble that thrives on body-rolling and gyrating grooves, sexy melodies, lyrical swagger. Greysmith's self-titled debut EP was released in October 2018, featuring all new and original music that flirts with modern pop and R&B, Motown soul, old school hip-hop flavors, and electronic musings. The tracks are all created and written by lead vocalist Andrew Greysmith, guitarist and talkbox vocalist Geoff McCann, and keyboardist and emcee Bennett Roth-Newell. Drummer Hassan Hurd and bassist Tommy O'Mahoney round out the infectious tide of the Greysmith rhythm section.
The Riekestra is a student-run cover band, specializing in soul, dance, and rock tunes, from Stevie Wonder and The Beatles, to Maroon 5 and Bruno Mars. The Riekestra formed at the Riekes Center, a Menlo Park non-profit organization designed to help individuals accomplish goals in athletic fitness, creative arts, and nature while building positive relationships through human connections.
Since the creation of the The Riekestra, over 40 different band members have toured with the band, both locally and in France and Spain during The Riekes Center's annual summer music and leadership performance tour.
$17 in advance, $20 at the door
Doors open at 7:30
Music begins about 8:00
The Art Boutiki (View)
44 Race Street
San Jose, CA 95126
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