by Carmen Jaime - vocals
and Fernando Rubín - guitar
The restaurant opens at 7 p.m. and the music starts at 8.30 p.m.
The meeting of two roads from the other side of the ocean:
In the south, the road that runs between Montevideo and Buenos Aires.
In the north, between Chicago and New Orleans. The sounds echoing through the suburbs of those cities in the first half of the twentieth century were African rhythms, which grew into two of the most influential musical styles of the century, tango and blues.
We'll be hearing some of the classics of both genres in the performance of Majorcan blues singer Carmen Jaime and Argentinian guitarrist Fernando Rubin in Limón y Chelo on Saturday night.