Jojo Kelly from (capital FM) interviewing claudio kron in a PAPAJACA talking at Peter Stubbings garden in West Yorkshire... PAPAJACA - BRAZINDIAS album out right now...
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Papajaca - Batuque
PAPAJACA’S first video promo video brings elements of the indigenous culture filmed in Yorkshire by the Cuban film maker Jorge A. Ibanez / Music recorded at Loom Studios Yorkshire with music producer Grant Henderson. Music Joao Veloso / Versao: Claudio kron do BRAZIL
PAPAJACA - BRAZINDIAS - TRANSLATED
As we are getting so much positive feedback and this is a great situation to be in, some of my friend are very interested to know about what I sing and bragg! It’s kind of crazy but I still doing things I started it when I was just a kid! Music is one of them. With my dream of make a better world my poetry is about life, nature, fauna and flora, love, elements such as earth, air, sky mixed with politics and reasons. PAPAJACA – BRAZINDIAS - Band is Kenny Higgins on Bass, Craig Scott Guitar, Rick Weedon on drum kit the album is full of surprises and collaborators from the likes of Leroy Johnson, Enrico Marchesi, Wiyaala, Omar Puente and James Lascelles. Then I decided to translate it for your delight! Recorded at LOOM STUDIOS with Grant Henderson FREE PDF AVAILABLE
tHANK YOU ALL...
Brazilian newspaper in Bahia
Interview by Celina Santos PAPAJACA talkings... Release of the album BRAZINDIAS... Out now in all downloadable platforms...
in Sweden lead by claudio kron + PERFORMANCES BY:Nego Dao, Vitao Cardoso, Sombra, A
Alba Christina and Viny Brasil
Fronted by the percussionist claudio kron do BRAZIL PapaJaca is an uplifting Brazilian band who use world music influences to create an intricate musical journey. Bass - Kenneth Higgins, Guitar - Craig Scott, Drum Kit - Rick Weedon.
The band mixes Afro Brazilian traditional music with lots of other rhythms creating an interesting fusion of powerful vibrant sounds. The repertoire is usually in Portuguese with Yoruba and Capoeira elements.
Based in Yorkshire/England/UK the band features musicians from different backgrounds who blend melodies and harmonies with flair and a charged energy which comes from the excitement of playing original music together.
The power of African traditions in
Liverpool finest Brazilian Carnival - Music, dance, street food, films + Bixiga 70, Pilo Adami, Aleh Ferreira e Sueli Gil and papaJACA - claudio kron do BRAZIL
1- Who is PAPAJACA?
PAPAJACA is a world music fusion band led by the Brazilian musician based in United
Kingdom Claudio kron do BRAZIL (www.claudiokron.com) We play a great variety of
Brazilian grooves fused with anything that sounds right! WE use Afro Brazilian rhythms as
the backbone of the music then adding layer of intricate sounds to make you watch, dance,
2 - Where do you perform?
We perform all over in UK and abroad in festival, events, products lounge, galas, melas
3 - Do you only perform full band?
No, we would like it! But depending on the budget and venue sizes. The core band is 5 x
members, we also dawn size or up size the group depending on the party/event). We feature
many other instrumentalists in our show
4 - Do you run workshops?
Yes, we do run Brazilian percussion workshops. We also have our own equipment (Capacity
of 200+ instruments to provide)
5 - How to book it?
Just send us an email with details of your event EG: Date, times, location! We also
appreciate a phone call first for an introduction
6 – What’s is your line up?
Guitars, bass, drum kit, percussion, vocals. Then we can add instruments as: Keyborads,
trumpet, trombone, violin, cellos, dulcimer
7 - Have you got album?
Yes! 3 x albums; 1 st TUM TUM PA / 2 nd APRESENTA / 3 rd BRAZINDIAS
8 - Where are you based?
We are based in West Yorkshire and travel all over the country and abroad
9 - Do you collaborate?
Yes we do! We collaborate and other artistes collaborate with us!
10 - Any highlight in your lives as a band?
Every venue brings something different! But we have enjoyed ourselves either in a small or
big event. 200 hundreds years abolition of slavery trade in Ghana great memories.