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NOSOTROS
Unexplainable. Undefinable. Unmistakable.

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“Nosotros’ music is not to be explained, it is to be felt in the pit of our souls.”  —Hyperactive Music Magazine

 

Nosotros has been drawing music lovers to their distinctive Latin groove for over 20 years. What began as a guitar trio in 1994, quickly took on a life of its own, becoming something that no one could have predicted, including becoming one of the most recognizable and original Latin bands in the Southwest United States.

The band’s remarkable evolution over the years - taking on new members and leadership along the way - has resulted in the 11-piece Latin music powerhouse it is today. The group seamlessly combines a myriad of Latin rhythms with elements of rock, salsa, jazz and cumbia creating an innovative and imaginative Latin sound that is, unique, undefinable and unmistakably Nosotros.

Nosotros has been invited to perform on bills with some of the biggest acts in music and has appeared at the legendary San Jose Jazz and Telluride Jazz Festivals.  NPR’s venerable Alt-Latino program has twice featured the band.  Along with a plethora of New Mexico Music Awards - in 2022 they were award a Lifetime Acheivment Award from the organization - the first time ever given to a group - they won the prestigious John Lennon Songwriting Competition - twice.

They continue to this day to astound audiences wherever they perform. They have become festival favorites and have shared stages with the likes of  Etta James, Gypsy Kings, Los Lobos, The Wailers, Roy Hargrove, Los Lonely Boys, Joan Osborne, Ozomatli, Las Cafeteras, Flor de Toloache, Grupo Fantasma, Victor Wooten, Dave Mason, Making Movies and many more.  And, importantly, their new music continues to evolve and be relevant, reflecting our ever-changing world. It also continues to be vibrant, fun and, yes, undefinable.  Undeniably “felt in the pit our souls”.

Nosostros are currently in the studio working on new music with Ozomatli's Raul Pacheco producing for release in late 2023 or early 2024..

 

“It really says a lot about a band when they play on the same day as Victor Wooten and Roy Hargrove and the crowd can't stop talking about Nosotros' set.”     —Festival Promoter, Telluride Jazz Festival 

“Nosotros is fun and funky, highly danceable and infectiously catchy.”  

                                                                                                —Santa Fe Reporter

 NOSOTROS

En Vivo 2023

(more to be added )

February 21 -23 - New Mexico State Unversity - Las Cruces, NM

April 10 - IUPUC Columbus Learning Center - Bloomington, IN

April 11 - Lotus Fire Bay - Bloomington, IN

April 13 - Lotus Fire Bay - Bloomington, IN

May 5 - Liberty Social Club - Roswell, NM

May 6 - Wingfield Park - Riudoso, NM

May 19 - Denver Art Museum - Denver, CO

June 3 - Ft. Lewis College - Durango, Colorado (with San Juan Symphony) 

June 16 - Los Alamos Concert Series - Los Alamos, NM 

July 3 - National Hispanic Cultural Center - Albuquerque, NM (with Ozomatli) 
July 4 - 4th of July Celebration - Los Lunas, NM

July 7 - Albuquerque Museum - Albuquerque, NM
July 12 - Sounds Exciting! Summer Concert Series - Lakewood, CO

July 13 - Santa Fe Bandstand - Santa Fe, NM 

July 20 - Heber Market On Main Concert Series - Heber City, UT
July 21 - Swany City Park - Moab, UT

August 3 - Rhythms On The Rio - Del Norte, CO

August 20 - EXPO NM - Bosque Chile Fest - Albuquerque, NM

August 26 - Taos Museum of Art Gala - Taos, NM
August 31 - Tumbleroot - Santa Fe, NM (El Show with special guests The Tiarras)
September 8 - Silverton Summer Series - Silverton, CO

September 16 - Music In Corrales - Corrales, NM

September 27 - Cleland Park - Delta, CO

November 9 - Dual Language Conference - Albuquerque, NM

 

Select Past Performances 

San Jose Jazz Festival - San Jose, CA

Telluride Jazz Festival - Telluride, CO
Denver Art Museum - Denver, CO

¡Globalquerque! - Albuquerque, NM

Western New Mexico University - Silver City, NM

Pagosa Springs Center For the Arts, Pagosa Springs, CO

Meow Wolf - Santa Fe, NM

The Lensic Performing Arts Center - Santa Fe, NM

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