The Rialto Theatre Presents


Gabriel Sullivan

Nov 11 Sat

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

The Rialto Theatre


This event is all ages

Ileana Cabra Joglar , known artistically as iLe, was born in Santurce, Puerto Rico, on April 28, 1989. She is a Puerto Rican singer who was the female voice for 10 years of the musical group Calle 13, along with her brothers René Pérez Joglar "Resident "And Eduardo Cabra" Visitor ". While he was part of the band he made several contributions with productions and artists in Puerto Rico and abroad.

In 2010, she was invited by Kevin Johansen to collaborate with him on the theme "Logo" during his presentation at the National Theater of Buenos Aires; This subject was part of the record material of Johansen, The Nothing Liniers: I live in Buenos Aires. That same year was chosen by the boxer Miguel Cotto to interpret the hymn of Puerto Rico in its fight before Floyd Mayweather Jr. Later, by the end of 2012, participated in the recognized Christmas Special of the Popular Bank of Puerto Rico in which iLe had An acclaimed participation with the theme "The Wall". Then, in 2014 he collaborated with Gustavo Cordera on the song "Estoy Real" for the album "Cordera Vivo", which was recorded at La Trastienda Club in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

After touring the world with her siblings and accumulating personal and artistic experiences that forged in her a unique and particular musical identity, iLe decides to shut herself in the studio and work on her first album produced by herself with Ismael cancel. The album titled iLevitable came to light on June 3, 2016, receiving countless praise from critics and the general public. According to NPR, "the album immediately positions her as a first-rate performer of the classic sounds that permeate throughout Latin America." Jon Pareles of the New York Times described it as "a retro study of the past of Latin American music, full of romance, longing and despair. He can sing boleros of great orchestration as well as delicate ballads and a rhythmic boogaloo and mambo, without insinuting neither irony nor ingenuity. Some of the most prominent musicians on the island collaborated or participated in the production, among them Piro Rodriguez, Charlie Sepulveda, Bayrex Jiménez, Eduardo Cabra, Fofé Abreu de Circo, Louis García and the late Cheo Feliciano in what constitutes one of his last Recordings. ILe is currently promoting the iLevitable disc and making presentations in and outside of Puerto Rico.
Gabriel Sullivan
Gabriel Sullivan
Gabriel Sullivan cut his teeth as a teen in Tucson’s punk scene. But his musical restlessness kept him seeking out new sounds. Somewhere along the way, he discovered some fascinating parallels between the Mexican conjunto music of his hometown and the thrilling songs of Romania’s Gypsy people. The rhythms are for dancing, the melodies are full of pathos, and the performances are at once virtuosic and rough-and-tumble. While Sullivan is one of the busiest musicians in Tucson, playing guitar, percussion, and keys regularly with half a dozen bands, his Taraf de Tucson is the fullest expression of all of his musical obsessions.
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    Tucson AZ 85701

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