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¡Suénalo! (sweh-nah-low) verb
1. To sound, slap, or play upon a musical instrument, object, or person.
Miami’s Suenalo has been crowned by the Miami New Times in the Best of Miami Awards: Best Latin Rock Band in 2005 and Best Latin Band in 2011. In 2014, New Times Readers’ Choice Awards named them Best Band and one of Miami's Best Latin Rock Bands of All Times.
Suenalo mixes Afro sounds and funk with a dose hip-hop, reggae, rock, and jazz. With four albums under their belt, Suenalo has shared stages with the likes of Pitbull, Ozomatli, Chaka Khan, Soulive, Spyro Gyra, and Inner Circle, just to name a few.
From their 2003 debut "Collages" to 2006’s self-titled studio effort, 2009’s "Live at Transit," and 2014 "Keep It Groovin," Suenalo delivers high energy shows consistently to local and national festivals such as Calle Ocho, Grassroots, Orange Blossom Jamboree, Tropical Heatwave, Gasparilla, Bear Creek, Hulaween, New Orleans Jazz Fest, and Leaf Festival.
“Afro-Latin Funk? Whatever you dub it, The Suenalo sound system is buzzing from the fashionable warehouse parties of Wynwood to the trippy lounge scene of South Beach”
– Miami New Times
"The dance floor gets hopping when one of the club’s regular acts, Suénalo, plays its addictive fusion of Cuban son and rumba, Dominican hip-hop, Colombian cumbia & American funk.”
– New York Times
“Jam bands can noodle, and wander, and lose their energy. Not Suenalo. Their energy is especially surprising given that they're democratic - composing and arranging is a communal, improvisational effort among the ten members (not to mention whoever might drop in, like Prince, yes, THAT Little Red Corvette Prince, did at a Jazid show last year).”
– The Boston Globe