23 Feb '13, 4pm

If a blend of salsa and traditional music sounds like your cup of tea, then check out this week's Setlist...

If a blend of salsa and traditional music sounds like your cup of tea, then check out this week's Setlist...

Baile an Salsa frontman Andres Martorell tells Conor Harrington about his journey from Montevideo in Uruguay to Small Crane in Galway. The seeds of Baile an Salsa were sown over the course of a number of years when Uruguayan singer Andres Martorell and his salsa band had a residency in Massimo on William Street. With their weekly Wednesday night show regularly attracting crowds of in excess of 200 people, Andres would find that there were too many people to talk to and that his voice would tire, so he would often sneak out across Small Crane to well-known trad venue The Crane Bar for a pint before the show and during breaks. “That’s how the mix started to happen because we were going between Massimo and The Crane all the time. The mix happened on that 30-metre walk between one side and the other,” Andres says. The membership of the nine-piece band is drawn from various sal...

Full article: http://galwayindependent.com/stories/item/6059/2013-8/Lat...

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