[live] ¿Dónde Esta Mi Gente? by KQED TV // SF

WATCH below a mesmerizing version of PALOMA NEGRA – bringing goose pimples @ KQED TV’s brand new theater!

BIG PROPS to KQED TV for showcasing shows at their new theater HEADQUARTERS in SF Mission district. We’re super happy they’ll also be hosting amazing LATINO shows.

  • For their next Latino show, see below.

 

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Get tickets to next Latino show!

 

The next is LA DONA which will probably sell out on Nov. 17th.

La Doña’s live performance weaves a mix of Latin folk traditions, reggaeton, hip-hop and conversation about the influence of family histories and San Francisco roots in her songs.

 

Biography:

La Doña joins us for a captivating performance and a discussion on the influence family and her San Francisco roots have on her work.

Musical artist La Doña performs a concert interwoven with conversations about how her family’s Mission District roots show up in her sound. And it’s a sound that is utterly hers: she calls it “femmetón.”

La Doña, also known as Cecilia Cassandra Peña-Govea, started playing music in her family’s band when she was seven years old. Her debut EP “Algo Nuevo” serves up a blend of Latin Folk, Reggaeton, Cumbia, Hip Hop, and Pop topped off with seamlessly bilingual lyricism. Her topics cover earthquakes, gentrification, fog, coffee, and so many other things we love and hate about the Bay.

Her songwriting is rooted in the call and response, live energy she exchanges with her band and her audience. So we felt it was only fitting to feature her as KQED’s first live concert!