Club Dates: (Scroll for Club info)
|Catch Nelson in one of 8 shows every week of the
hit show Celia, about the life and music of Cuban singer Celia
Cruz. New World Stages, 50th St between 8th and 9th aves. (Select
English or Spanish shows when choosing performances)
Look here for more information about an appearance
of Nelson's band Son Mundano at Nell's Cafe on January 16th.
Nelson is proud to be joining
La India's Band
as a special guest at
many of her appearances
Check out the great new photos of Nelson
and the Band on Congahead.com
Tres and Coro: Nelson González,
Louis Rosas, Trumpet: Chocolate
Armenteros, Bass: Willie
Cintron, Percussion and Coro:
Renee Lopez Jr., Willie Cintron, and Tony Rosa
Nelson, Nelson Jr., Louis Rosas and Willie Cintron
(above), Nelson and Chocolate (left).
To Book Nelson's Band, Son Mundano, email
web editor at firstname.lastname@example.org
Email Nelson at Nelsontres@msn.com
W. 21st St. @ 10th Ave.
phone: (212) 243-2121
204 Varick St. @ W. Houston, NY, NY ph: 212-243-4940 Shows at 9 and 11
Village Underground: 130 W 3rd Street between 6th
Ave and MacDougal St. (Directly across from the Blue Note)
17 West 19th Street between 5th and 6th Ave. Doors open at 6:00. Free buffet
from 6-7. Band plays at 8 or 9.
ANGEL - 323 West 44th Street (between 8th & 9th
Avenues), midtown Manhattan, NYC.
560 West 34th St, NYC (Corner of 11th Ave. ) 212-239-2672.
327 W 44th St. between 8th and 9th Ave. Dinner 5:30-11. Music Fri and Sat 11-2. 212-262-1111
CAFE 246 West 14th Street New York, NY Corner of 8th Ave. Subways A-C-E &
L @ 14th st & 8th ave. Phone 212-675-1567
827 Broadway (between 12th and 13th streets), downtown Manhattan, NYC.
212-254-6436. "La Rumba" Salsa party with live old school Cuban
music band which plays at 10:00 PM and 11:00 PM.
Maganette:@825 3rd Ave. & 50th street / Info: (212) 759-5677
- 226 East 54th Street
(between 2nd & 3rd Avenues), NYC. 212-688-5577 or 212-582-2672.
PALM - 1601 Bronxdale Avenue, Bronx.
||We will keep the music going: It is who we
spirits still dance.
| Our fingers still play.
| The rhythms cannot be defeated.
|Through our congas we hear each other's hearts and share our strength.