Conjunto Bravo

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Conjunto Bravo

Conjunto Bravo

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Conjunto Bravo's 2017 Self Titled Album

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  1. 1 DJ Peaches Intro 01:13
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  2. 2 Quiero Amanecer 03:09
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  3. 3 Copa Tras Copa 03:50
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  4. 4 El Baranquilero 03:42
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  5. 5 Mi Yacquesia / La Sopporita 05:57
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  6. 6 Luces De Nueva York 04:59
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  7. 7 Ojitos Verdes 04:23
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  8. 8 Neon Moon 04:17
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  9. 9 Ella 03:10
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  10. 10 510 Chote 02:25
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  11. 11 Que Me Quite Lo Bailando 04:07
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  12. 12 Oaxaca Polka 03:06
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  13. 13 Ando Navegando / Para No Pensar En Ti 05:59
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     Conjunto Bravo is proud to be a crowd stopper because of their unique Native American roots from Arizona. When we take the stage, Tejanos will stop and watch Conjunto Bravo because they are surprised to see a group of Native Americans playing Conjunto and Tejano music. We are always honored to tell people that we are Native American. Our music roots run deep. We were all raised with our fathers, uncles, and grandfathers playing in Conjunto, Tejano and traditional Native Waila bands. Conjunto Bravo is known for packing the dance floor with their Cumbias, Corridos, Rancheras and mixing in some country every now and then. Our unique sound comes from the five us mixing our talent and culture to create what we call CONJUNTO BRAVO.

     On bajo sexto is Stevie Ray Vavages a 1st place winner of the 2014 Bajo Sexto competition in San Antonio, TX. Stevie Ray is a member of the Tohono O’odham Nation. He shreds those strings infusing conjunto with rock like no other bajo player in Arizona.

     Keeping that beat on drums is Mario Valenzuela from the Gila River Indian Community.

     Jamming on the squeeze box is Chris Lopez a proud member of the Tohono O’odham Nation.

     Bobby Molina Jr. on lead vocals is from the Pascua Yaqui Tribe. Biggie and Chris recorded “Exceeding the Limits,” with Grupo Relente from Arizona.

     Jose Sanchez is slapping his seven string bass guitar. Jose, Chris and Mario have backed up New Tejano Recording Artist Louie Marinez with Arizona’s own Grupo Myzterio. In November of 2014 Casino Del Sol invited us to open up their Conjunto Fest for Conjunto Califas, Boni Mauricio, Los Badd Boyz del Valle and Lobo IV.

     We Thank You for all your support and will have more from Conjunto Bravo coming soon. 

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