King Changó

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King Changó
Origin New York City, New York, United States
Genres Ska, Latin
Years active 1996–2003
Labels Luaka Bop, Warner Bros.
Website http://www.kingchango.com/
Members
  • José Andrés Blanco
  • Luis Eduardo Blanco
  • Luis Jesús Ruiz
  • Miguel Oldenburg
  • Fernando Vélez
  • Martin Adrian Cunningham
  • Mike Wagner
  • Glenda Lee
  • Jason Anderson
  • Vincent Veloso
  • Ramón Nova

King Changó is a Latin ska band from New York City, New York with roots in Venezuela. Its name comes from Changó, the Afro-Cuban god of war.[1]

King Changó is back; check "King Chango is Back Official Blog".

Members[edit]

  • José Andrés Blanco, Blanquito Man - <Voice and Percussion>
  • Luis Eduardo Blanco, Negrito Man - <Keyboard, Cuatro and Percussion>
  • Luis Jesús Ruiz, El Pulpo - <Drums and Percussion>
  • Miguel Oldenburg - <Guitar>
  • Fernando Vélez - <Percussion>
  • Martin Adrian Cunningham, Martín Perna - <Tenor Saxophone>
  • Mike Wagner - <Trombone and Guitar>
  • Glenda Lee - <Bass>
  • Jason Anderson, Willie Dinamita
  • Vincent Veloso
  • Ramón Nova
  • Rodney Shelby Siau - <Trumpet>
  • Efrain Jurado Olivares, Cachorro - <Keyboard No. 2>
  • Jason Seymour - <Trombone>
  • Candice Cannabis Blonde Phantom - <Voice>

Discography[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "La Lucha Libre Continúa". Retrieved December 11, 2006.

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