Los Amigos Invisibles
If we think of dance bands undoubtedly have to think about Los Amigos Invisibles, whose musical career began in 1991 with the sole purpose of convincing the owners of the clubs of Caracas, Venezuela, that there were more alternatives to the dance floor only salsa and merengue. As expected the band presented its original proposal that blends funk, disco house, acidjazz, and Latin. Unique and effective options, which succeeded in turning the vision of the board and published in Caracas.
In 1995, after much work and a consolidated group, the band recorded their first board, titled “A Typical Venezuelan Dance Band And Autoctonal.”
The following year, Los Amigos Invisibles decide to roll the dice and try his luck in New York, with only 20 albums under his arm, he went into the Big Apple and manage to place them with the support of his future manager Alberto Cabello, in a record store, where fate takes one of these CDs into the hands of the musician David Byrne, founder of the legendary band, The Talking Heads, who immediately invited to become part of your property record label, Luaka Bop.
In the year 97 reaches its second album, “The New Sound of the Venezuelan Gozadera” production that takes touring around the world but not until three years later when he returned to the studio to record the help of producer Phillip Steir, their third full-length, “Arepa 3000 A Venezuelan Journey Into Space”, nominated for Grammy and Latin Grammy winning worldwide respect. In 2002 the band, specifically its working relationship with the duo that influenced their sound, Masters At Work, with whom they recorded their fourth LP, “Venezuelan Zinga Son”, which catapults them to engage with important figures in international music.
With 20 years of significant music, 7 studio albums, 60 countries visited, three Grammy nominations and winning a Latin Grammy. The creations of Los Amigos Invisibles, are perfect for a night of dancing through a journey of rhythmic energy, fun and positive.