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Where are you located?
New Orleans, Louisiana
What is your affiliation to the Jazz World?
Musical Artist, Producer, Educator, Music Director, Arranger, Composer, Recording Engineer, Sound - Lighting - Staging
Tell us a little about your background...
I was born and raised in Lima, Peru. I moved to New Orleans in 1979, then moved to Boston in 1981, I studied guitar with Mordy Ferber and Oscar Stagnaro, played with the Leo Islas Quintet, John Payne, Grupo Galaxia,etc. I moved back to New Orleans in 1991 where I took lessons with Hank Mackie,I also took a couple of lessons with the great Richie Zellon, I've played with: Brasilliance, Acoustic Swiftness, Elegant Gypsy, Anaconda, Bob Folse, Fuego, Samba Rio, Casa Samba, Hector Gallardo and his Songo Allstars, Joe Canoura's Jazz Trio, K*** Bonilla's Latin Jazz, Otra, Los Vecinos, Asheson, Mas Mamones, Mayabeque, Ricardo Crespo, Cubanismo, Mark Bingham's New Orleans Jazz Allstars, Impulso, Shango, Ancestro,John Boutte and The Yockamo Allstars, Patrice Fisher's Arpa,etc.. I've played guitar and bass and arranged and sometimes directed "Fredy Omar con su Banda". I've performed at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival every year for the last 16 years as a freelance musician. I've played with or opened for: Cubanismo, Tito puente, Eddie Palmieri, Ruben Blades, Gilberto SantaRosa, Maraca, Teatro Milenio, Poncho Sanchez, Arturo Sandoval, Los Van Van, Manolin "El Doctor De La Salsa", Ricardo Lemvo, Los Sobrinos Del Juez, Peru Mestizo, Jimmy Buffet's Millenium Party..etc.. I've performed at Cafe Brasil, Cafe Istambul, Blue Nile, House of Blues, Tipitinas, Ray's Over The River, Ray's Boom Boom Room, Snug Harbor, Cafe Satora, Vaquero's, Banditos, Apple Barrel, Tulane university, Loyola University, WWOZ Radio Station, Channel 4, The Voodoo Festival, etc.
How did you hear about the Jazz Network? Please give full name of contact
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What Instrument do you play?
Bass, Guitar
What is your website address? Only websites that pertain to your business and how you can be contacted.
http://www.myspace.com/pepecoloma1

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