Gavilán lives in New York, but returns to his hometown of Monterrey, Mexico, for his grandpa Lolo’s funeral. Once there, he starts to discover that his grandfather, a famously stubborn musician who never wanted to leave the city, developed a fervent passion for Colombian vallenato.
This show was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our excecutive producer is Lory Martinez.
Story, sound design and original music by Luis López.
Editorial direction by Lory Martinez, with editorial assistance from Maru Lombardo and Jeremías Juparez.
Our project coordinator is Catalina Hoyos.
Art by William Guevara.
“Barrio Bravo“, Celso Piña’s album. Celso is, no doubt, the best known vallenato and cumbia musician in Monterrey, and this album is one of his most iconic ones because of the way he plays around with the rythms to create something new.
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