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Book Havana NRG! for your event!

For the past 14 plus years the most talked about band in the metroplex in the Tropical genre has been, hands down, Havana NRG! Every weekend, both Friday and Saturday night Havana NRG! packs in thousands of devoted fans of their music, which is not just Salsa, no, this is the New Rhythm Generation (NRG) and they give the hottest dose of Merengue, Remixes from Bruno Mars, Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez and others. One never knows what they will play next but one thing is for sure they are on fire.

If you are currently planning your company holiday party, wedding for either 2016 or 2017, quinceañera, concert or festival call Rikki Rincon today at 214-549-1201 or send an email to rikkirincon@creativejuice.mobi.  The word is that Havana NRG! and Music Access Latino are in talks for more recordings!

Media is buzzing!

“Camino al Cielo, Havana NRG! (NRG Records). “NRG” stands for “New Rhythm Generation,” and this youthful Texas group offers up a hot program of timba-influenced salsa to prove that Havana-inspired tropical dance sounds are alive in the Lone Star state. Give much of the credit to Mariela Suárez the band’s music director, who plays both piano and violin. Her talents are complemented by a solid rhythm team, a three-member horn section and lead vocalist Maiquel Romero, who is also the group’s excellent trumpeter”.
Mark Holston, HISPANIC MAGAZINE, March 2004

“Havana NRG! is a Dallas-based salsa band that has performed in every major venue and public event in the state of Texas, and was specially selected as one of the top 10 independent salsa orchestras in the world. The band is “a new breed of Latin band,” that is taking their Cuban roots and creating new energy and exciting new sounds.” Nasher Sculpture News

“Cultivating a refreshing take on traditional Latin rhythms, Dallas’ Havana NRG (New Rhythm Generation) has created a high-octane sound that invites plenty of dance-floor action.”The Texas Music Project—“Don’t Mess With Texas CD Compilation

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