Tue August 20, 2024

A union of funk, soul, Latin Jazz, Hip Hop and Afro-Cuban


Doors: 7:00 PM   Show: 7:30 PM

Billboard Artist Paris Escovedo pays homage to his father Coke Escovedo. The show will be a tribute to Coke Escovedo musical legacy. The tribute will feature music from Coke’s band Azteca and Santana. We will also feature artists and musicians that performed with Coke. The show is dedicated to Coke Escovedo’s 50 year in the music industry.

Paris has over 37+years of professional experience in the entertainment business. He is a multitalented musician, actor, dancer, writer, and producer. Born in Oakland California and raised in the Bay area. He branded his own sound called “Ghetto Jazz,” a union of urban, funk, soul, Latin Jazz, Hip Hop and Afro-Cuban. Taught by his Legendary Father Thomas “Coke” Escovedo. He continues the legacy and performance is own originals and classics.

Paris played percussion at an early age of two. Paris’ first professional gig is when he joined Bobby Brown’s world tour “Bobby” as a dancer, singer and percussionist. Paris has performed, toured and recorded with Grammy Award Artists such as Pink, Shaun Mullins, Angie Stone, Arrested Development, Lauryn Hill, Vitamin C, Speech, Collective Soul, Najee, Peter White, Mark Brown, The Dazz Band and Howard Johnson. Paris has written and collaborated with many artists over the years. In 2021 he collaborated on the hip hop compilation “Smoke Chronicles Reloaded,” charted #6 iTunes and #19 Billboard’s HipHop 100 Albums. More recently in 2022, the “Paris Escovedo Smooth Jazz Compilation” charted number two on iTunes top 100 Jazz Albums Paris has received numerous awards including the BMA’s for best Latin Jazz Band and Latin Soul Artist.