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Sin Bandera // San Jose

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Sin Bandera // San Jose

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  • May 19, 2017
  • 8:00 PM
  • Starting at $ 59.00
  • City National Civic
  • 135 W San Carlos St, San Jose, CA 95113, USA
  • May 19, 2017
  • 8:00 PM
  • Starting at $ 59.00
  • City National Civic
  • 135 W San Carlos St, San Jose, CA 95113, USA

The unique flavor and beautiful harmonies of Sin Bandera now have a DATE in San Jose CA!

Friday May 19 at 8pm. Don't miss it!!!!

Who: Sin Bandera

When: Friday May 19, 2017 8:00pm 

Where: City National Civic,  135 W San Carlos St, San Jose, CA 95113

Tickets: Starting at $59

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VIDEO: ¿Qué Pasaría? (Primera Fila Acustico)

Excerpt Billboard:

Blessed with a melodic touch that made them a sensation right out of the gate, Sin Bandera enjoyed enormous acclaim and commercial success with their self-titled debut in 2002 and continued to record superlative romantic Latin pop in the years that followed. Formed in 2000, Sin Bandera are comprised of Leonel García and Noel Schajris; the former is from Mexico, the latter Argentina, and both are musicians, composers, and singers. Schajris had already released a solo album, in 1999, but when the two singer/songwriter/musicians befriended one another and realized how complementary they were to one another artistically, they joined together and began to work on songs for an album. García played guitar, Schajris played piano, and fellow musician Aureo Baqueiro assumed the role of producer, also contributing various instrumentation. The guys decided to bill themselves as Sin Bandera (Without a Flag) because of their mixed heritage as well as their belief in unity among diverse peoples. 

They debuted with the song "Entra en Mi Vida," an expressive love song that was chosen to be the main theme of a Mexican telenovela, Cuando Seas Mía. Other singles followed, including "Kilómetros" and "Sirena." Released in early 2002, Sin Bandera steadily found international success, mainly in Mexico but also in Spain, Argentina, and the United States -- that is, all the major Latin markets -- in addition to smaller markets like Costa Rica. The album won that year's Latin Grammy for Best Pop Album by a Duo or Group with Vocal, and it also netted a standard Grammy nomination for Best Latin Pop Album. Other awards showered on the duo included an MTV Latino Award for Best Group and a Lo Nuestro Award for Best Pop Album.

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