BRINGING THE HEAT TO THE GREAT WHITE NORTH
Dear Fan, family, friend, donor, sponsor
The time has come for the dynamic firey flamenco-fusion quartet Tatewari to expand their musical horizons and travel from Mexico to distant lands in order to share their love, magic and musical medicine with the world.
Over the years there has been much demand and interest to get Tatewari to go on tour and it is with great enthusiasm that we are excited to announce plans, for a 3 week Western Canadian tour, have finally begun.
At this stage we are facing all of the obvious expenses to make this vision a reality. Flights, insurance, accomodations, meals, gas, sound equipment etc have all become the immediate focus of our fundraising.
We are reaching out to all of our beloved fans to support us in igniting the flame that will carry us through this journey. For now, $5,000 USD will get us all on the right track and cover most of our big ticket costs.
It takes a fire within to go after your dreams and it would mean so very much to us to receive your generous support to make this dream come true. We eagerly look foward to this chance to break into the international music scene and come play in a city, theater, festival or living room near you.
Please listen, watch and subscibe for updates and should you feel inspired to donate we have some special gifts we would like to offer you.
From our hearts to yours, Muchisimas gracias.
~ Tatewari Live at the Octopus Garden in La CruzWith distinguished guest singer Perla AlarcónIn November 2018 Tatewari released their 4th studio Album "X11.IV"
In the Indigenous Huichol language, the word Tatewari means “Grandfather Fire.” It is with pride and honour that the members of the band have adopted the name Tatewari to represent the “fire” within their own creative music.
Today, the Tatewari band consists of Esau Galvan Saltos, Cruz Alberto Perez Ramirez (Mimi), Dani Marquez Ortega and Sonny Davis. These four young men have become a brotherhood of crystallized talent. Gifted musicians who enjoy a bond and synergy that is evident in their shows and live performances.
In 2006 the Tatewari journey started in the little fishing village of La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Nayarit Mexico, with three of its original members, Esau, Mimi and Dani, childhood school mates, who had a dream. Their vision was to become a world class Flamenco band. In the Fall of 2011, Sonny joined forces with these “sons of La Cruz” and together they have forged a path to accomplish their goal by studying, mastering and sharing their talents and love of Flamenco music in it’s traditional renditions, as well as to creatively offer their own compositions, improvisations and interpretations of the Flamenco style of music, infused with Rhumba, Jazz and spiced with a little Mexican heat.
Olé x 4!