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Suenalo Live CD Release Party, This Saturday at Transit

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You've very likely caught them at one of their innumerable gigs around town, at Jazid or at Bougie's. At The Vagabond, perhaps, or Tobacco Road? Or maybe even 90 miles from Cuba, down that southbound stretch of I-95, in the good ole' Conch Republic's Green Parrot Bar. And you've no doubt seen them at Transit Lounge. So you already know that Suenalo's live gigs are something special, a blending of musical styles as diverse as they are energizing to form infectious grooves. And one hell of a good time.

Well, Suenalo have decided to translate those non-stop parties they're so famous for to disc with the followup to their self-titled debut album. This one, a live disc, which you may even have been present for the recording of. So go show some support for the local boys' new release and take in the show at ground zero, where it all happened in the first place.

Suenalo's CD release party takes place at Transit Lounge (729 SW First Avenue, Miami) with a live performance, this Saturday, November 28. No cover.

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