Fri Nov 2 2018

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Along with his Oscar, Golden Globe, and Emmy Nominations as an
actor, Andy Garcia is a Grammy and Latin Grammy award winning
producer. Under his own CineSon Productions label, Andy Garcia
has performed as a musician/vocalist, and producer on the
following musical projects: Volumes I and II of “Cachao Master
Sessions” the former a 1994 Grammy Award winner and the latter a
1995 Grammy Award nominee and a 1996 DownBeat Critics Poll
Beyond Album of the Year winner, released under the Crescent
Moon Records label through Sony/Epic Music. Garcia produced and
performed on “Cachao - Cuba Linda,” his third collaboration with
Maestro Cachao, produced for Garcia’s own CineSon label,
released through EMI Latin, and was nominated for a 2000 Latin
Grammy Award as well as a 2001 Grammy Award. The pair re-teamed
for 2004 release, “Cachao - ¡Ahora Sí!,” the fourth installment
of Cachao’s master sessions. The album was released through
Univision Records, again under the CineSon label, accompanied by
an hour-long behind-the-scenes film of the same name directed by
Garcia. “Ahora Si” won both the Grammy and Latin Grammy for best
Traditional Tropical record for Cachao and Garcia. He also
produced and performed on the “For Love Or Country: The Arturo
Sandoval Story” soundtrack and its Emmy Award-winning score, as
well as producing and performing on numerous songs for the “Just

The Ticket” soundtrack. Also Under CineSon Garcia produced The
original Soundtrack to his film “The Lost City” (Univision
Records), to which he also wrote the original musical score
along with directing and starring.
Under the CineSon banner Garcia made his directorial
debut with “Cachao...Como Su Ritmo No Hay Dos” (Like His
Rhythm There Is No Other) a feature-length documentary
concert film on renowned Cuban bass player and composer
Israel Lopez "Cachao", co-creator of the Mambo. The film,
which he co-produced, has received worldwide critical praise
and was released through Epic Music Video. His own
Orchestra, The CineSon All Stars, comprises of members of
Cachao’s original band and also recorded with Mr. Garcia on
his own original score for his film “The Lost City.” Also
Cachao “Uno Mas” for PBS masters series and Cachao Mi
Maestro a short film commissioned by Martell Cognac.
A long time collaborator with Arturo Sandoval, Mr.
Garcia has also composed numerous songs with him, most
recently, "Christmas In Conway" the end credits to his film
by the same name. Also, producing the soundtrack with
Sandoval for Garcia’s film, “At Middleton” and a bonus DVD
track "There Was A Day" for the same film. Mr. Garcia is a
proud member of Sandoval’s big band. As well as Sandoval
sitting in with the the CineSon all stars.

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Andy GARCIA and the CineSon All Stars!

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    Latin

    Along with his Oscar, Golden Globe, and Emmy Nominations as an
    actor, Andy Garcia is a Grammy and Latin Grammy award winning
    producer. Under his own CineSon Productions label, Andy Garcia
    has performed as a musician/vocalist, and producer on the
    following musical projects: Volumes I and II of “Cachao Master
    Sessions” the former a 1994 Grammy Award winner and the latter a
    1995 Grammy Award nominee and a 1996 DownBeat Critics Poll
    Beyond Album of the Year winner, released under the Crescent
    Moon Records label through Sony/Epic Music. Garcia produced and
    performed on “Cachao - Cuba Linda,” his third collaboration with
    Maestro Cachao, produced for Garcia’s own CineSon label,
    released through EMI Latin, and was nominated for a 2000 Latin
    Grammy Award as well as a 2001 Grammy Award. The pair re-teamed
    for 2004 release, “Cachao - ¡Ahora Sí!,” the fourth installment
    of Cachao’s master sessions. The album was released through
    Univision Records, again under the CineSon label, accompanied by
    an hour-long behind-the-scenes film of the same name directed by
    Garcia. “Ahora Si” won both the Grammy and Latin Grammy for best
    Traditional Tropical record for Cachao and Garcia. He also
    produced and performed on the “For Love Or Country: The Arturo
    Sandoval Story” soundtrack and its Emmy Award-winning score, as
    well as producing and performing on numerous songs for the “Just

    The Ticket” soundtrack. Also Under CineSon Garcia produced The
    original Soundtrack to his film “The Lost City” (Univision
    Records), to which he also wrote the original musical score
    along with directing and starring.
    <br>
    Under the CineSon banner Garcia made his directorial
    debut with “Cachao...Como Su Ritmo No Hay Dos” (Like His
    Rhythm There Is No Other) a feature-length documentary
    concert film on renowned Cuban bass player and composer
    Israel Lopez "Cachao", co-creator of the Mambo. The film,
    which he co-produced, has received worldwide critical praise
    and was released through Epic Music Video. His own
    Orchestra, The CineSon All Stars, comprises of members of
    Cachao’s original band and also recorded with Mr. Garcia on
    his own original score for his film “The Lost City.” Also
    Cachao “Uno Mas” for PBS masters series and Cachao Mi
    Maestro a short film commissioned by Martell Cognac.
    <br>
    A long time collaborator with Arturo Sandoval, Mr.
    Garcia has also composed numerous songs with him, most
    recently, "Christmas In Conway" the end credits to his film
    by the same name. Also, producing the soundtrack with
    Sandoval for Garcia’s film, “At Middleton” and a bonus DVD
    track "There Was A Day" for the same film. Mr. Garcia is a
    proud member of Sandoval’s big band. As well as Sandoval
    sitting in with the the CineSon all stars.
    <br>
    Mr. Garcia and The CineSon All Stars have performed in
    venues and festivals around the world including Italy, France and 
    Russia. The band has performed at Radio City, The Palazzo, Las
    Vegas, The Nokia Theatre, Spoleto Music Festival, Conga Room,
    Catalina’s, BB Kings, Sob’s, Greek Theatre, Hollywood Bowl, The
    Geffen Theatre and a special performance at Vibiana in LA for the
    Latin Recording Academy Grammy Acoustic Sessions, Grammy tribute
    to Celia Cruz, to name a few. Andy recently was presented the
    Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame’s La Musa Living Legend Award.

Catalina Bar & Grill

Andy GARCIA and the CineSon All Stars!

Fri Nov 2 2018 8:30 PM

Catalina Bar & Grill Hollywood CA
Andy GARCIA and the CineSon All Stars!
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All Ages

Along with his Oscar, Golden Globe, and Emmy Nominations as an
actor, Andy Garcia is a Grammy and Latin Grammy award winning
producer. Under his own CineSon Productions label, Andy Garcia
has performed as a musician/vocalist, and producer on the
following musical projects: Volumes I and II of “Cachao Master
Sessions” the former a 1994 Grammy Award winner and the latter a
1995 Grammy Award nominee and a 1996 DownBeat Critics Poll
Beyond Album of the Year winner, released under the Crescent
Moon Records label through Sony/Epic Music. Garcia produced and
performed on “Cachao - Cuba Linda,” his third collaboration with
Maestro Cachao, produced for Garcia’s own CineSon label,
released through EMI Latin, and was nominated for a 2000 Latin
Grammy Award as well as a 2001 Grammy Award. The pair re-teamed
for 2004 release, “Cachao - ¡Ahora Sí!,” the fourth installment
of Cachao’s master sessions. The album was released through
Univision Records, again under the CineSon label, accompanied by
an hour-long behind-the-scenes film of the same name directed by
Garcia. “Ahora Si” won both the Grammy and Latin Grammy for best
Traditional Tropical record for Cachao and Garcia. He also
produced and performed on the “For Love Or Country: The Arturo
Sandoval Story” soundtrack and its Emmy Award-winning score, as
well as producing and performing on numerous songs for the “Just

The Ticket” soundtrack. Also Under CineSon Garcia produced The
original Soundtrack to his film “The Lost City” (Univision
Records), to which he also wrote the original musical score
along with directing and starring.
Under the CineSon banner Garcia made his directorial
debut with “Cachao...Como Su Ritmo No Hay Dos” (Like His
Rhythm There Is No Other) a feature-length documentary
concert film on renowned Cuban bass player and composer
Israel Lopez "Cachao", co-creator of the Mambo. The film,
which he co-produced, has received worldwide critical praise
and was released through Epic Music Video. His own
Orchestra, The CineSon All Stars, comprises of members of
Cachao’s original band and also recorded with Mr. Garcia on
his own original score for his film “The Lost City.” Also
Cachao “Uno Mas” for PBS masters series and Cachao Mi
Maestro a short film commissioned by Martell Cognac.
A long time collaborator with Arturo Sandoval, Mr.
Garcia has also composed numerous songs with him, most
recently, "Christmas In Conway" the end credits to his film
by the same name. Also, producing the soundtrack with
Sandoval for Garcia’s film, “At Middleton” and a bonus DVD
track "There Was A Day" for the same film. Mr. Garcia is a
proud member of Sandoval’s big band. As well as Sandoval
sitting in with the the CineSon all stars.

Andy Garcia the Cineson All-Stars

Andy Garcia the Cineson All-Stars

Latin

Along with his Oscar, Golden Globe, and Emmy Nominations as an
actor, Andy Garcia is a Grammy and Latin Grammy award winning
producer. Under his own CineSon Productions label, Andy Garcia
has performed as a musician/vocalist, and producer on the
following musical projects: Volumes I and II of “Cachao Master
Sessions” the former a 1994 Grammy Award winner and the latter a
1995 Grammy Award nominee and a 1996 DownBeat Critics Poll
Beyond Album of the Year winner, released under the Crescent
Moon Records label through Sony/Epic Music. Garcia produced and
performed on “Cachao - Cuba Linda,” his third collaboration with
Maestro Cachao, produced for Garcia’s own CineSon label,
released through EMI Latin, and was nominated for a 2000 Latin
Grammy Award as well as a 2001 Grammy Award. The pair re-teamed
for 2004 release, “Cachao - ¡Ahora Sí!,” the fourth installment
of Cachao’s master sessions. The album was released through
Univision Records, again under the CineSon label, accompanied by
an hour-long behind-the-scenes film of the same name directed by
Garcia. “Ahora Si” won both the Grammy and Latin Grammy for best
Traditional Tropical record for Cachao and Garcia. He also
produced and performed on the “For Love Or Country: The Arturo
Sandoval Story” soundtrack and its Emmy Award-winning score, as
well as producing and performing on numerous songs for the “Just

The Ticket” soundtrack. Also Under CineSon Garcia produced The
original Soundtrack to his film “The Lost City” (Univision
Records), to which he also wrote the original musical score
along with directing and starring.
<br>
Under the CineSon banner Garcia made his directorial
debut with “Cachao...Como Su Ritmo No Hay Dos” (Like His
Rhythm There Is No Other) a feature-length documentary
concert film on renowned Cuban bass player and composer
Israel Lopez "Cachao", co-creator of the Mambo. The film,
which he co-produced, has received worldwide critical praise
and was released through Epic Music Video. His own
Orchestra, The CineSon All Stars, comprises of members of
Cachao’s original band and also recorded with Mr. Garcia on
his own original score for his film “The Lost City.” Also
Cachao “Uno Mas” for PBS masters series and Cachao Mi
Maestro a short film commissioned by Martell Cognac.
<br>
A long time collaborator with Arturo Sandoval, Mr.
Garcia has also composed numerous songs with him, most
recently, "Christmas In Conway" the end credits to his film
by the same name. Also, producing the soundtrack with
Sandoval for Garcia’s film, “At Middleton” and a bonus DVD
track "There Was A Day" for the same film. Mr. Garcia is a
proud member of Sandoval’s big band. As well as Sandoval
sitting in with the the CineSon all stars.
<br>
Mr. Garcia and The CineSon All Stars have performed in
venues and festivals around the world including Italy, France and 
Russia. The band has performed at Radio City, The Palazzo, Las
Vegas, The Nokia Theatre, Spoleto Music Festival, Conga Room,
Catalina’s, BB Kings, Sob’s, Greek Theatre, Hollywood Bowl, The
Geffen Theatre and a special performance at Vibiana in LA for the
Latin Recording Academy Grammy Acoustic Sessions, Grammy tribute
to Celia Cruz, to name a few. Andy recently was presented the
Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame’s La Musa Living Legend Award.