Enrique Infante and Dejavu Latin Fusion Rhythms Host Album Release Show On May 5 at Woodlands Tavern

Enrique Infante and his band Dejavu Latin Fusion Rhythms will perform a three-set show honoring Infante’s first solo album Canciones Ajenas (“Someone else’s songs”) on Saturday, May 5 (Cinco de Mayo) at Woodlands Tavern. Doors open at 7:00 p.m., admission is $10, and copies of the album will be available for $10.

Main Stage

Enrique Infante and Dejavu

Set I: 8:00 to 9:00 p.m.

Set 2: 10:00 to 11:00 p.m.

Set 3: Midnight to 2:00 a.m.

Second Stage

Vermont Joy Parade (Vermont): 9:00 to 10:00 p.m.

Blood Roots Barter (Kentucky): 11:00 p.m. to midnight

Released by Dejavu Latin Music Productions, Canciones Ajenas was recorded between 2009 and 2012 at studios in Columbus, Mexico, and Peru. Infante and Dejavu combine pop and rock with Latin American and Caribbean rhythms, such as salsa, festejo, mambo, cumbia, vallenato, timba, bossa nova, and rumba. Members of Dejavu include Enrique Infante (lead vocals, guitar, and percussion); Kimberly Hollingsworth (vocals); Jeff Crisafulli (bass guitar); Steven Bustos (drums); Bill Hilt (lead guitar); Tino Casanova (percussion); Carlos Durán (percussion); Sergio Ibañez (Cuatro, background vocals, and guitar); Tim Magree (keyboards); Evan Oberla (trombone); Jason Branscum (trombone); and Tim Perdue (trumpet).

Infante was recently announced as a winner in the 200Columbus Celebrate Columbus in Song contest commemorating the Bicentennial.

Woodlands Tavern is located at 1200 West Third Avenue in Grandview.

Press Conference

A press conference will be held on May 5 from 7:00 to 7:45 p.m. at Woodlands Tavern, offering reporters interview opportunities, free copies of the album, and a signed poster.

Album Review

Email kiqueinfante@gmail.com if you’d like to review Canciones Ajenas.

About Enrique Infante

Enrique Infante is a Peruvian singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist who moved to Columbus in 1998. He founded the band Dejavu Latin Fusion Rhythms in 2004, and the group released the record Abriendo Caminos in 2006. Before moving to Columbus, Enrique played with the Peruvian bands Los Mojarras and Pukakuntur. In 2010, he received El Premio Orgullo Peruano (Peruvian Pride Award) for his work as a successful artist outside of Peru.


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