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Rock and Revolutum: Mestizo’s emo sound revs up the street crowd in Salamanca (with English subtitles)

Mestizo – a band from Valladolid – helps Salamanca celebrate a town holiday (in honor of San Juan de Sahagún) by playing off the balcony of Café Revolutum. In this video, we hear them play and we briefly hear from the band. / El grupo “Mestizo” de Valladolid toca desde el balcón del Café Revolutum en Salamanca como parte de la celebración del día festivo de San Juan de Sahagún.

A Friday Afternoon in Madrid: The Suckers Playing on the Street (with English subtitles)

If you were in Madrid the first Friday of June, you would’ve had the chance to enjoy the sounds of The Suckers as you strolled down Calle Huertas. Check them out and hear form the drummer Kiki Tornado. / Si hubieras estado en Madrid la primera semana de junio, habrías tenido la oportunidad de escuchar a The Suckers. Escúchalos un poco aquí y también al batería Kiki Tornado.

Barrio Macarena: Pleasant Sounds for a Tranquil Evening in Seville (with subtitles)

We talk to Gabriele and Daniela, two Italians studying flamenco in Seville, and watch them add the perfect accompaniment to a lovely Andalusian evening. / Hablamos con Barrio Macarena, dos italianos estudiando flamenco en Sevilla, y escuchamos cómo su música agrada a la gente disfrutando de una típica noche placentera en Andalucía.

David Francey at the Goldenlink Folksinging Society (con subtítulos)

Scottish by birth, the award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter David Francey is joined by guitarist Mark Westberg. We briefly talk with Francey and then get to hear him lead the appreciative crowd of the Goldenlink Folksinging Society in a version of his song “All Lights Burning Bright,” inspired by riding with the crew of a ship on the Great Lakes.

A Galway Session: Traditional Irish Music at Tig Coílí’s (con subtítulos)

Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, check out this session that took place on a weekend in January in Galway, Ireland. We briefly hear from Rose, the youngest participant in the session. / Justo a tiempo para el día de San Patricio, les ofrecemos esta oportunidad de escuchar una sesión de música irlandesa tradicional que tuvo lugar en Galway en enero.

Crossfire: 4 Young Galwegians Pump Up the Pub Crowd

Hear 3 short snippets of Crossfire as they cover Johnny Cash, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Robin Thicke and manage to get the Saturday night Galway pub crowd on the dance floor. / Escucha al grupo Crossfire – compuesto de 4 jóvenes de Galway – mientras toca versiones de 3 canciones bastante conocidas.

The Chandler Travis Philharmonic (con subtítulos)

Check out the Chandler Travis Philharmonic, a highly unique and theatrical bunch – think Tom Waits meets Dixieland jazz – as they play the Lovin’ Cup. While the Boston area band has been around for nearly 20 years, this evening’s trumpet player, Eastman student Garret Reynolds, tells us he’s only been with the band a few hours. / Este grupo bastante único de Boston – con un sonido que nos recuerda a Tom Waits con un grupo Dixieland – lleva tocando juntos casi 20 años. Sin embargo, el trompetista esta noche, estudiante de la Eastman Garret Reynolds, nos dice que lleva sólo un par de horas con el grupo.