Propelled by their 2016 International Blues Competition win in Memphis, Tennessee, driven by fierce independence, unified by family and fortified by the brotherhood of music, the Delgado Brothers deliver the musical goods; topical anthem-worthy songs complemented by call-to-action lyrics, soul stirring blues rock guitar solos and Latin-flavored percussion.
The Delgado Brothers—eldest brother Bob Delgado on bass, middle brother Joey on guitar and vocals, younger brother Steve on drums and vocals, David “B” Kelley on Hammond B3 and Victor Bisetti on congas and timbales—have longtime been referred to as Los Angeles’ best kept secret.
Each member of the band brings a unique style of musicianship to the Delgado Brothers brand. Indiana-bred Kelley came West in search of “groove and diversity.” An incredibly gifted musician, David’s playing on his vintage 1972 Hammond B3 adds tone, texture and depth to the sound. High-energy percussionist Victor Bisetti, with his ebullient beats and Latin conga rhythms, packs each song with vitality and panache. To witness a Delgado Brothers live performance is to testify to the synergy, emotion, work ethic and true musicianship of the band.
The band’s fifth studio album, Two Trains, contains 11 originals that Blues Blast Magazine call “...smartly crafted songs of love, social awareness and tolerance, all sung with deep emotional commitment…” They veer into a realm reminiscent of the classic rock of the Doobie Brothers and The Eagles while remaining true to the blues.
Our popup venue and video recording studio that we've developed in our offices at 310 S. First (map) at San Carlos in San Jose’s SoFA District. The technology of the space is first-class with marvelous sound, lighting and video, and all the action is projection-mapped to a 35′ X 14′ bank of windows, providing the show free to the public and enlivening downtown street life.
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