Migguel Anggelo & The Immigrants
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Migguel Anggelo and The Immigrants: Another Son of Venezuela

September 28, December 1

Joe's Pub

Doors at 6PM
Show at 7:00PM

Anggelo is a force to be reckoned with. His energy is so contagious that you can't help but become engrossed by his intensity, piercing eyes and poetry, and then two seconds later, he has you in stitches with his animated facial expressions and quirky sense of humor.”  -LATIN POST

Brooklyn-based, Venezuelan-born dynamo Migguel Anggelo, returns to Joe’s Pub with his virtuosic band The Immigrants and a pair of sensational singers to create a kaleidoscope of vocal theatrics and poetic storytelling that is hilarious and touching in equal measure.  Developed with and directed by Obie Award winner David Drake, Another Son of Venezuela explores the very personal immigration themes of love, loss, family, and national pride as well as the challenges of claiming an authentic identity in the “land of the free.”  By combining Latin, pop, and folk classics with his and Musical Director Mau Quiros’ original compositions, Migguel Anggelo is forging a new music-theater experience in our ever expanding bilingual world.

Musical Direction by Mau Quiros

Tsilala Brock -- Background Vocals
Michelle Walter -- Background Vocals
Mau Quiros -- Keyboards
James Quinlan -- Bass
Tim Basom -- Guitar
Jake Golbas – Drums
Ivan Llanes -- Percussionist

Migguel Anggelo thrills audiences with his bold voice, winning smile, swiveling hips, and radiant charm.” -BROADWAY WORLD

Migguel Anggelo has an indescribable, hypnotic power over the audience.” -STAGE BUDDY

Migguel Anggelo is a Venezuelan singer who decided to become a musician when he first saw Julie Andrews in The Sound of Music and just like that movie, if you look under the surface, you will find some deftly stated political themes.”  -Soundcheck (NPR)

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