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Nosotros' Latest Release Available online
Nosotros' latest release, "Ver El Sol", is now available online. You can find "Ver El Sol" on iTunes, CDBaby, Amazon and many more sites around the net.
This new material, which we have called "Ver El Sol" (See The Sun), includes the following 4 brand new tunes:
- Víboras (Cumbia)
- American Dream (Rock/Salsa Fusion)
- Solo Un Día (Reggae/Cumbia)
- Cautivado (Salsa/Latin/Dancehall)
In addition to these songs, Ver El Sol also has 2 bonus tracks that feature the late Nosotros singer/instrumentalis/frontman, David "Dave" Diaz. . One of those tracks is a remixed version of "Mama Tierra" that was put together by our bass player, Gilbert Uribe, and includes an inedited saxophone solo by Dave. We really think you will like this cut. The other bonus track is a different version of the cumbia "Viboras," that features David Diaz, once again, on vocals. We like to think of these songs as a tribute to a person that has been, and will be, a very important part of Nosotros.
Follow the links below to listen and download "Ver El Sol".
Nosotros Band Members Give Lessons
Many people don't know that many of the band members give private lessons on their respective instruments. If you are interested in Guitar, Saxophone or Trumpet lessons, Nosotros can help you out. In Santa Fe, Randy Sanchez teaches Guitar and Tres. And in Albuquerque, Shane Derk teaches guitar and Manuel Ramirez teaches saxophone.
If you would like more information on music lessons with a Nosotros band member, send an email to email@example.com
David Diaz Music From The Heart Endowment Is Established
Jose “David” Diaz was born on October 24, 1973 to Joe and Consuelo Diaz in Las Cruces, New Mexico. As David grew up, he became a brilliant multi-instrumentalist, skilled singer, compassionate teacher, gifted composer and musical mentor.
Music coursed through David's veins like oxygen. Music, sweet music, possessed David's personality like a man touched by God. To wit: a virtuoso, a saint, a comedian, a Holy Fool in the name of his supreme belief -- music. He was a buddy, a mentor, and with a saxophone or microphone in his hands, David was a mellifluous, transcendent (if not mischievous) cherub -- quick to jest, quicker to love.
David was a former member of Nosotros, current member of Felonious Groove Foundation and Fantastic Planet, and a music instructor at Dimensions School of Dance and Music in Albuquerque, NM when he passed on April 9, 2009.
In honor of David, his family established The David Diaz Music from the Heart Endowment managed by the Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico. The David Diaz Music from the Heart Endowment will provide financial assistance to music programs and scholarships for young musicians in New Mexico.
Please download the the from below to make a donation to the David Diaz Music From The Heart Endowment. Thank You.