Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Latino Boy Band Takes Pointers From Parents

MIAMI (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Your parents’ dance moves may embarrass the heck out of you, but one boy band gets inspiration from the rhythmic stylings of their moms and dads.

That’s the tune from David “D’Lo” Perez, who’s a founding member of Miami-based Latino boy band, C Note, and admits the group picked up a lot of their moves from their two-steppin’ parents.

Says Perez: “Like most Latino parents, ours are very involved and always want to give us pointers on our choreography. I’ll admit, I got some of my best C Note dance moves from my dad!”

But the parental guidance for the boy band doesn’t end on the dancefloor.

In fact, Perez says many of the tracks on their self-titled debut album, which drops September 25, were highly influenced by the typical Latin-American rhythms and music that the guys were exposed to as kids by their parents.

He explains, “The music we listened to around our houses when we were doing chores for our parents has helped inspire our style of music today. We listened to their music back in the day, and now our parents listen to ours around the house – it’s a full musical circle!”

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