“This year Sabor a Cabo will have the honor of having as special guests Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons from the world renowned Kiss group that have been invited by Rock & Brews restaurant. On the 6th of December they will receive the keys of the city by the Mayor of Los Cabos.
Paul and Gene will be attending the event as special guests but watch out they might decide to play a few of their famous songs inspired by the magic of the night, the creations of the chefs and warmth of the people attending the event.
We will also have the honour to have celebrity Alejandro Gonzales the drummer of Mana Band one of the most famous Latin bands.


La Ley

Live Concert
December 6th, Sabor A Cabo 2014


La Ley  will take their talents to Los Cabos, during the Gastronomy & Wine Festival Sabor a Cabo 2014, where they will perform songs from their newest album, “RETOUR,” including hit singles “Mentira,” “El Duelo,” “Mi Ley y Surazul,” and international hit “OLVIDAR,” currently top ranked on the Latin Pop Billboard Charts.
As leaders of the innovative genre of Chilean rock and the groundbreaking acoustics born from their “MTV Unplugged” album in 2001, La Ley re-introduces their eclectic spin as one of the pillars of Spanish pop rock stage.
La Ley’s contribution to the Latin rock genre is truly unique. In addition to being the only Chilean group to win a Grammy in the United States for their “MTV Unplugged” album, La Ley has won two Latin Grammys and received MTV’s acclaimed “Better Band of Rock” title. The band’s release of the “UNO” album in 2000 led to the music group’s Grammy for “Best Album of Alternative Latin Rock,” along with four Latin Grammy nominations and two “Lo Nuestro” awards for “Best Rock Album.” La Ley’s latest album “RETOUR” takes their fans back in time to their original sounds that catapulted the band to Latin American rock leaders.




Jazz concert by renowned International Jazz players Juno Award winner Christine Jensen & Grammy Award Nominated Denise Donatelli.


Christine Jensen was born in Sechelt, British Columbia, in 1970, growing up in Nanaimo among
some of Canada’s finest musicians, including Phil Dwyer, Diana Krall, blues guitarist, David Gogo, and her sister Ingrid. Her pianist/mother raised her daughters on music, exposing them to everything from Chopin to Broadway to Big Bands. Jensen’s first love was the piano, developing an individual style influenced by two greats: “I freaked out over Oscar Peterson and … Bill Evans was a big epiphany when I was a teenager, as a musician who created an impressionistic sound.” Once she started studying the saxophone at age 12, she quickly grew to love it as she realized that she could create her own voice through that instrument
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Denise Donatelli, a GRAMMY® Nominated Savant recording and international concert artist, has become one of today’s premiere vocalists. To date, she has recorded four albums and her recordings and have collectively garnered 3 GRAMMY® nominations. In addition to her GRAMMY nominations, The Los Angeles Jazz Society has honored Denise with the 2012 Jazz Vocalist of the Year award … Voting advisors include John Clayton, Herbie Hancock, Quincy Jones and Johnny Mandel. More recently, Denise has made the 2013 DownBeat Critics Poll in the Rising Star category
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