First off, I don’t listen to jazz on the regular. All I know is John Coltrane’s Blue Train. It’s my go to when I needed to get lost in music, without moving. That’s the extent of my experience.
There was a line before the place even opened and no one even knew who was performing. I figured I’d check it out anyway because La Zorra y El Cuervo is supposedly famous and second to none as far as jazz venues are concerned.
The show was pretty cool but I only liked the first group out of three. Never knew the flute could slay Cuban jazz!
I would definitely come back again.
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