Felix y Los Gatos
Virtual Third Thursday at the Albuquerque Museum
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AMP is happy to be collaborating with the Albuquerque Museum to help virtualize their popular Third Thursday Events. Each month, the museum has a mix of talks, activities and live music in tandem with their current and ongoing exhibits. We'll be taking care of the music part, but each evening consists of multiple programs.
6:00 PM - Latinos Who Lunch Podcast
6:30 PM - YogaZo
7:00 PM - Felix y Los Gatos
Formed in 2004, Felix y Los Gatos is a national touring act with their roots planted firmly in the desert Southwest. With 16+ years of stage experience, the Gatos have an improvisational style that is uniquely their own. "Zydetejano Blues," as the band refers to their sound, is a unique blend of Latin, blues, Tejano, and rockin' outlaw country. The Gatos have been featured at the Telluride Blues Festival, Durango Blues Train, Zion Canyon Music Festival, and countless other large national festivals. Their undying passion to play music has allowed them the privilege of sharing the stage with acts such as Grammy award-winning Dwayne Dopsie & the Zydeco Hellraisers, Tab Benoit, BeauSoleil, Ozomatli, Wayne "The Train" Hancock, as well as featuring John Popper of Blues Traveler on the track "Hot Damn" from their album OCHO. Felix y Los Gatos remains one of the most popular and musically diverse sounds in the Southwest.
In this special episode of Latinos Who Lunch, Albuquerque Museum Curator of Art Josie Lopez will join FavyFav and Babelito to discuss the exhibition Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Mexican Modernism and the legacy of artist Frida Kahlo.
Latinos Who Lunch is a podcast that was created to provide a digital media platform that reflects the intersectionality between queer, Latinx, and Spanglish voices in an Anglo dominated podcast world. FavyFav and Babelito approach the topics of identity, food, family and history in a responsible yet humorous way. Latinos Who Lunch intends to blend all these ideas together by placing into context everything from the piñata as a symbol of multiculturalism in Mexico, to the politics of Frida Kahlo as an icon of Mexicanidad. By maintaining visibility, accessibility and a philosophy of de-centering white male dominating cultural practices at the core mission of their content, Latinos Who Lunch strives to open a dialogue with their listeners.
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