CANCELED | LA MARISOUL
UN HOMENAJE TO MEXICAN-AMERICAN MUSIC FROM LALO GUERRERO TO TODAY
CANCELED | LA MARISOUL
Great Hall (Directions & Parking)
$30–$54 (Prices are subject to change)
** This is a past performance, this event was on Sat., March 28 **

La Marisoul
Un Homenaje to Mexican-American Music
From Lalo Guerrero to Today

Performance Cancellations | A Message to our community

All public activity at The Soraya will be suspended from March 12th through April 17th. This includes all presented events, rental events, and arts education activities.

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"Marisol Hernández clearly has vocal skills and charisma to spare."
—Los Angeles Times

Joined by members of LA SANTA CECILIA, CALIFORNIA FEETWARMERS, and LOS TEXMANIACS

DUETO DOS ROSAS opens the night in their debut at The Soraya.

Los Angeles’ own powerhouse vocalist Marisol Hernandez (aka La Marisoul) steps out on her own with a band of All-Stars to breathe new life into the most influential Mexican-American music of the past three generations. She promises tunes from Lalo Guerrero to Los Lobos, and she will bring special guest musicians. The singer’s captivating voice has been heralded for her searing takes on love, loss, and heartbreak.

La Marisoul grew up on both sides of the Mexican-American border and counts her youth spent on Olvera Street in downtown Los Angeles among her greatest influences. She is best known for fronting the band La Santa Cecilia and playing a blend of cumbia, bossa nova, boleros, and tango music.

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