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Guatemalan musician stands out in the US

Guatemalan musician stands out in the US

The bassist provides second vocals for the groups The Gitas and The Feal

Salvador Ramazzini Alias ​​Uty is a formidable Guatemalan musician. He currently plays bass and does second vocals in two American bands: The Gitas and The Feal. He resides in the United States where he emigrated to fulfill his dreams. “I have been in the USA for 4 years, I moved in September 2012 to be able to continue my career as a professional musician,” he indicated. Furthermore, he tells us that he has “had the opportunity to collaborate with several artists from different parts of the world, including King Queen, Sullen Waves, Andrea Sandoval and even with my countrywoman Stefanie Zelaya.”
He studied at the Musicians Institute, where Guatemalans with excellent careers such as Fernando Martín and our pride in the Latin Grammys Gaby Moreno have emerged. At his young age he already had the opportunity to play in legendary venues such as The Viper Room, House of Blues, Whiskey a Go Go, The Troubadour, Granada Theatre, and several more. The band originally from Los Angeles, California, The Gitas, is preparing for the release of its first LP titled “Beverly Kills,” which will be on sale starting in January 2017.

The group tasted success with the video for their single “Mood for love”, which they released in December 2014, and it became the first in Russia. “The Gitas” is made up of: Sasha Cheremov on vocals and guitar, Brittany Maccarello on drums and Guatemalan Sal Ramazzini on bass.

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