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KCC Productions presents Electric Piquete November 19
(Published: November 18, 2014)

Electric Piquete will perform at the Food Truck and Music Festival November 19 from 6-9 PM at the North Shore Bandshell.

Formed in and by the gritty Miami suburb of Hialeah, Electric Piquete is driven by an explosive three-piece horn section featuring Rich Dixon on trumpet and flugelhorn, Guillermo Roig on tenor sax and Jose Miranda on trombone, a powerfully tight rhythm section including the Latin Grammy-winning pianist Pepe Montes, Ed Rosado (drums), Michael Mut (bass) and Chris Correoso (guitar) and a blistering father and son percussion duo made up of Raymond and Steven Ayala.

The band's flavorful sound and intense live performances twice earned them a spot as house band on the Fusion Live TV program, and the Miss Carnaval Miami pageant three times; they also secured slots at numerous area music festivals. In 2009, Miami.com featured them as a Band of the Hour and the Miami New Times named the group "Best Latin Band." Miami New Times also recently said this about Electric Piquete: "The group's commitment to the groove is a force to be reckoned with, and they are full of poetry and fuego."

The Bandshell is located at Collins Ave and 73rd St in Miami Beach. The show is FREE for all ages.

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