One A Day – 837

JC Cortes Band - Ciudad Blues: Irepan Rojas - Trombone, Roger Vargas - Drums, Jonathan Marcotela - Bass, JC Cortes - Guitar and Voice with Nemex Villegas - Sax, David Blink - Trumpet and Washboard, Rodrigo Rodrigo Nefthalí López Alarcón - Guitar
On Stage at Amati Jazz Club: JC Cortes Band – Ciudad Blues

JC Cortes Band - Ciudad Blues: Irepan Rojas - Trombone, Roger Vargas - Drums, Jonathan Marcotela - Bass, JC Cortes - Guitar and Voice with Nemex Villegas - Sax, David Blink - Trumpet and Washboard, Rodrigo Rodrigo Nefthalí López Alarcón - Guitar

Full Stage

JC Cortes Band - Ciudad Blues: Irepan Rojas - Trombone, Roger Vargas - Drums, Jonathan Marcotela - Bass, JC Cortes - Guitar and Voice with Nemex Villegas - Sax, David Blink - Trumpet and Washboard, Rodrigo Rodrigo Nefthalí López Alarcón - Guitar

Heat

JC Cortes Band - Ciudad Blues: Irepan Rojas - Trombone, Roger Vargas - Drums, Jonathan Marcotela - Bass, JC Cortes - Guitar and Voice with Nemex Villegas - Sax, David Blink - Trumpet and Washboard, Rodrigo Rodrigo Nefthalí López Alarcón - Guitar

Lean In

JC Cortes Band - Ciudad Blues: Irepan Rojas - Trombone, Roger Vargas - Drums, Jonathan Marcotela - Bass, JC Cortes - Guitar and Voice with Nemex Villegas - Sax, David Blink - Trumpet and Washboard, Rodrigo Rodrigo Nefthalí López Alarcón - Guitar

Solo

JC Cortes Band - Ciudad Blues: Irepan Rojas - Trombone, Roger Vargas - Drums, Jonathan Marcotela - Bass, JC Cortes - Guitar and Voice with Nemex Villegas - Sax, David Blink - Trumpet and Washboard, Rodrigo Rodrigo Nefthalí López Alarcón - Guitar

Brassy

JC Cortes Band - Ciudad Blues: Irepan Rojas - Trombone, Roger Vargas - Drums, Jonathan Marcotela - Bass, JC Cortes - Guitar and Voice with Nemex Villegas - Sax, David Blink - Trumpet and Washboard, Rodrigo Rodrigo Nefthalí López Alarcón - Guitar

Powerful

JC Cortes Band - Ciudad Blues: Irepan Rojas - Trombone, Roger Vargas - Drums, Jonathan Marcotela - Bass, JC Cortes - Guitar and Voice with Nemex Villegas - Sax, David Blink - Trumpet and Washboard, Rodrigo Rodrigo Nefthalí López Alarcón - Guitar

In the Spotlight

JC Cortes Band - Ciudad Blues: Irepan Rojas - Trombone, Roger Vargas - Drums, Jonathan Marcotela - Bass, JC Cortes - Guitar and Voice with Nemex Villegas - Sax, David Blink - Trumpet and Washboard, Rodrigo Rodrigo Nefthalí López Alarcón - Guitar

Provocative

JC Cortes Band - Ciudad Blues: Irepan Rojas - Trombone, Roger Vargas - Drums, Jonathan Marcotela - Bass, JC Cortes - Guitar and Voice with Nemex Villegas - Sax, David Blink - Trumpet and Washboard, Rodrigo Rodrigo Nefthalí López Alarcón - Guitar

Contact

JC Cortes Band - Ciudad Blues: Irepan Rojas - Trombone, Roger Vargas - Drums, Jonathan Marcotela - Bass, JC Cortes - Guitar and Voice with Nemex Villegas - Sax, David Blink - Trumpet and Washboard, Rodrigo Rodrigo Nefthalí López Alarcón - Guitar

Blues Battle

JC Cortes Band - Ciudad Blues: Irepan Rojas - Trombone, Roger Vargas - Drums, Jonathan Marcotela - Bass, JC Cortes - Guitar and Voice with Nemex Villegas - Sax, David Blink - Trumpet and Washboard, Rodrigo Rodrigo Nefthalí López Alarcón - Guitar

Close

  • JC Cortes Band – Ciudad Blues: Irepan Rojas – Trombone, Roger Vargas – Drums, Jonathan Marcotela – Bass, JC Cortes – Guitar and Voice with Nemex Villegas – Sax, David Blink – Trumpet and Washboard, Rodrigo Rodrigo Nefthalí López Alarcón – Guitar
  • Amati Jazz Club
  • Centro, Morelia, Michoacán, México
  • June 17, 2016
  • Copyright, all rights reserved

This was a very good concert with a really “big” sound. David’s trumpet, Nemex on his sax and Irepan on trombone really brought some depth to the group. JC and Rodrigo on guitars gave a fullness and lots of color. Along with the always strong Roger on drums and Jonathan providing the bassline – the sound was simply great. I chatted with JC after the show – he was very happy to get a chance to bring everyone together. It has been a long time wish for him and a very satisfying concert for all of us who got a chance to listen.

My photographic take on the concert is certainly all over the spectrum. I wanted to get some of the energy of the group and in the process of editing – I let the images go where they felt best regardless of other considerations. That means I need to finish this set tomorrow because there are people and images that deserve attention still.

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