• West Coast Music

    As the name indicates West Coast Music has its origin on the American West Coast. The music emphasizes melody, harmonies and arrangements, and the vocal and instrumental performances are always with great skill and of high quality. The music is often performed by pop/rock artists from the American West Coast, but is in no way limited to any geografical area.

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Speaking with melodies…

A blast of funk, jazz, reggae, latin and soul that leaves the excited audience screaming for more.

A trio from L.A. in the USA. A incredibly tight band responsible for the special sound, a funky soul-fusion with an unbelievable groove. All members of the band are from a Latin american background, cool guys with impressive resumes.

These 3 gifted musicians produce an uplifting and completely enjoyable effort to knock your funky socks off. Their unique blend of “covers” and own material draws the listener in and holds him on the edge of his seat.

Their music is a jazz/rock/funk/westcoast kind of mix with a lot of covers (with a definite twist!)as well as their own material. As all three guys have latin background (Marco and Joey from Mexico and Renato from Brazil) their music has a lot of latin influences.

Straitjacket invite you out for an evening on the town, filled with stimulating music and dance for the souls – get into the vibe.

Discography

Live In L.A.

Marcum Music 2004

Tracks: Higher Ground/Teen Town “In Memory Of Jaco Pastorius” Medley, Ain´t No Sunshine, Childhood Nightmare, Susy Q, Still In Me, One Note Samba, I Feel Good, Splatch, Living For The City & Something Out.

Musicians on the Live In L.A. album: Marco Mendoza, Joey Heredia, Renato Neto & Ronnie Gutierrez.

Live In L.A.

Mercury Records 1999

Tracks: Higher Ground/Teen Town “In Memory Of Jaco Pastorius” Medley, Ain´t No Sunshine, Childhood Nightmare, Susy Q, Still In Me, One Note Samba, I Feel Good, Splatch, Living For The City & Something Out.

Musicians on the Live In L.A. album: Marco Mendoza, Joey Heredia, Renato Neto & Ronnie Gutierrez.

Live In L.A.

Marcum Music 1998

Tracks: Higher Ground/Teen Town “In Memory Of Jaco Pastorius” Medley, Ain´t No Sunshine, Childhood Nightmare, Susy Q, Still In Me, One Note Samba, I Feel Good, Splatch, Living For The City & Something Out.

Musicians on the Live In L.A. album: Marco Mendoza, Joey Heredia, Renato Neto & Ronnie Gutierrez.

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