Fiesta Navidad with the Legendary Jose Feliciano
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The last date listed for Fiesta Navidad was Tuesday December 9, 2003 / 8:00pm.
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St. Patrick's Day is too great a holiday to celebrate only once a year. So the House of Blues is throwing a Halfway to St. Patrick's Day Party that you won't want to miss. Providing the music will be the Young Dubliners, a popular group that fuses traditional Irish folk songs with modern rock. With anthemic hits like "Rosie" and "Buy You a Life" drawing comparisons to The Pogues and U2, and an energetic live show on par with Phish and the Dave Mathews Band, the Young Dubliners are sure to entertain. The hard-working group has twice appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live and shared the stage with the likes of Jethro Tull, Chris Isaak and Great Big Sea, to name a few. There will also be Irish drink specials, powered by Jameson, and plenty of Guinness on tap. Also performing will be special guests King Washington. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
Feliciano is perhaps best known for his beloved Christmas classic “Feliz Navidad,” a song that has delighted listeners for years.
Listen to some of Jose Feliciano’s music.
“The world’s best mariachi.” —L.A. Times
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Jose Feliciano joins Nati Cano’s Mariachi Los Camperos for the 10th annual Fiesta Navidad.
After early fame as a flamenco-style interpreter of pop and rock material, Feliciano turned more to mainstream Latin music, becoming one of the most popular artists in the Spanish-speaking world.
Nati Cano has both mirrored and shaped the history of mariachi music. He and Los Camperos, the group he founded and directs, have been a fixture in the Los Angeles area and a driving force in the mariachi tradition in North America for more than 40 years.
His longtime association with Linda Ronstadt, backing her up in live performances and on her milestone Canciones de Mi Padre album, helped catapult mariachi music to unprecedented national prominence.