Tango In Downtown

Bajofondo, one of the most popular bands in the electric tango scene stopped in Miami and played one night only at Grand Central to a room full of fans, some seeing the band playing live for the first time. Photos by Jipsy

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Bajofondo, one of the most popular bands in the electric tango scene stopped in Miami and played one night only at Grand Central to a room full of fans, some seeing the band playing live for the first time. Photos by Jipsy
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A fan capturing the right picture of the band from the sidelines. Photos by Jipsy
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The track line up. Photos by Jipsy
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The crowd was mixed with all ages of fans who've been following the band's inception ten years ago. Photos by Jipsy
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Javier Casalla on violin and Martín Ferrés on bandoneón. Photos by Jipsy
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The street lights magically shine into Grand Central for the Bajodondo performance. Photos by Jipsy
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Gabriel Casacuberta on bass. Photos by Jipsy
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The electric tango band continues to keep their old fans and gain new ones though they have not released an album since 2007. Photos by Jipsy
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From the engineers point of view at Grand Central. Photos by Jipsy
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The sultry and sexy sounds of Bajofondo move on to the city of Los Angeles on October 12 and up to the north east at the Highline Ballroom in New York City on October 14. Photos by Jipsy
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