This Friday August 28 Join Bachaco @ VENEZUELA VIVA Fest by NACHO (Chino y Nacho) along with long list of guest Venezuelan Musicians and talent at Senor Frogs Miami Beach.
A Miami band is coming home — and its members couldn’t be happier. “There is no place like home, and that place is here, Miami,” said Edilberto “Eddy” Morillo, 27, lead vocalist of Bachaco. “The people, our friends, our family, our fans, the food, the weather, the culture — it is the closest thing to [...]
Here are the latest confirmed shows so far in 2015, more dates to be confirmed, stay tuned for more Reggae Rock and Latin Roots Music!
MONTEREY WEEKLY: Bachaco deliver Latin roots-flavored reggae rock in Monterey and Salinas, on a 52-day tour from Miami to Seattle.
Bachaco lead singer Eddy Morillo feels particularly good about the band’s run at SXSW a week ago. Throughout the week, they served up molotov cocktails of reggae rock splashed with Latin energy from Venezuela, Puerto Rico and beyond. Set highlights included the six-piece’s new single “Sunfire Girl,” a catchy summertime jam propelled by a hip-hop-inspired [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Miami’s reggae rock / Latin roots sextet play the Design District with Uma Galera in support Miami, FL – January 13, 2015 – Bachaco leaf-cutting ants make their moundy homes in the Venezuelan rainforest and are often used by the native Indians to make a picanteor hot aphrodisiac. Miami’s version, the hot and [...]
Bachaco showcasing La Ley's "Dia Cero" in a Reggae Rock style for the band as judges of "Buscando Mi Ritmo" on Telemundo. Here's a few behind the scenes photos
We're releasing our new Reggae Rock Single "Good Morning" on June 23! Pre-order your copy now on iTunes: www.smarturl.it/goodmorning Sneak Peek Coming Soon!
BACHACO is back at on the AOL RADIO's Top 20 list with yet another single: "NI UNA LAGRIMA" You can check out their Rock Latino station at AOL RADIO.
Aqui les dejamos esta entrevista con el portal BATANGA directamente desde Miami hablando sobre nuestro video "Cumbia pa' la Nena" y nuestra gira. Fuente: http://batanga.tv/entrevista-bachaco-trae-su-cumbia-pa-la-nena/
What do you get when you combine eight guys from across the Caribbean and Latin America with a passion for creating sazón? Bachaco. Named after the leafcutter ant in Venezuela, an insect that's used to make salsa picante, the Afro-Caribbean-roots-rock-cumbia-reggae-ska band recently released its first self-titled album and the crew is already working on a [...]