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LOS MIRLOS | 1 July 2017 | Pan Piper


PAN PIPER, 2-4 impasse Lamier, 75011 Paris. 
Saturday, 01 July 2017 | 20:00 Doors | 20:20 Waikiki Boys | 21:15 Los Mirlos

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The iconic band ‘Los Mirlos’ is well known for the incredible productions of psychedelic peruvian Cumbia that they have produced since the 70’s. They represent a legacy of sounds that cannot be mistaken. “Los Mirlos” are the creators of an unique sound, an overview of different sounds and memories that will never be forgotten. Their sound is still alive thanks to their constant work and innovation. They have spread a music message and the amazonian culture all over the world. Their music never gets old thanks to the love of their fans all over the world that consider their work as a musical treasure and for that Los Mirlos will be forever thankful.

Widely known as the mastermind of the Peruvian-Amazonian Cumbia, they are back to the musical scene to share with the world the peruvian musical history and the value of it. In their show they will remind the path that they had gone through. They will be performing again the songs that had made them famous in very important stages of the world. Songs like ‘La Danza de Los Mirlos’, ‘Sonido Amazónico’, ‘Lamento en la Selva’, ‘Muchachita del Oriente’, ‘Chinito en Onda’ are kept in the memory of adults and young people who had danced all of them at one point of their life. This ‘Peruvian pride’, in the full sense of the word, will bring back to the world the joy and the folklore of the Amazonia..


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