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by Azucar

Azucar plays upbeat, danceable, vocal latin music.
Genre: Latin: Salsa
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Azucar
5:13 $0.99
2. Regalales
4:29 $0.99
3. Eso
4:48 $0.99
4. Killing Me Softly
6:05 $0.99
5. Mis Amigas
3:48 $0.99
6. No Esperes
4:34 $0.99
7. Que Bonito Suena
6:37 $0.99
8. Pedazos De Mi Corazon
5:18 $0.99
9. Dame Una Sonrisa
5:24 $0.99
10. Deja Lo Malo
5:10 $0.99
11. Percussion Encore
2:42 $0.99
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Album Notes

Azúcar is the top Latin Dance band in Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania. Azúcar has performed in clubs, colleges, and concert venues in Pennsylvania, New York, West Virginia, Maryland, and Ohio. Azúcar performs regularly in clubs in the Pittsburgh area including Pittsburgh’s premier jazz club, Dowe’s on 9th every Thursday for the past 2 years. Azúcar can also be heard on their self titled debut CD which was released in May of 2006. By performing original Salsas, Meréngues, Reggaetons, Cha Cha Chas, and Cumbias as well as hit cover tunes the band always accomplishes it’s goal of catering to the dance and entertainment needs of any audience! - 724-382-1258 -

Members of Azúcar include.

Indira Corales: Vocals, Flute
Indira is both an accomplished vocalist and flutist. Indira studied at CMU and cut her vocal chops on many salsa bands in the area before becoming the lead singer and front person of Azúcar. Both her vocal talents and flute skills are evident of every performance Indira gives.

Joe Herndon: Trumpet, Vocals, Percussion, Leader
Joe holds degrees in music performance and music education from Slippery Rock University as well as a master’s degree in music from Duquesne University. In addition to performing with Azúcar Joe performs regularly with the Billy Price Band, Bo Wagner’s “Let’s be Frank” show, the Three Rivers Jazz Orchestra, Pittsburgh Musical Theater, the Pittsburgh Broadway Series, and the Civil Light Opera. Joe has also performed with legendary talents such as Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra Jr., Franki Valley, and the Temptations to name a few.

Steve McKnight: Trumpet, Vocals, Synthesizer, Musical Director
Steve finished his masters degree in jazz performance from McGill University in Montreal in 2004. Since finishing his degree Steve has moved back to Pittsburgh to take on the job of Music Director for Azúcar. In addition to his work with Azúcar, Steve is also the director of Jazz at Frostburg State University. When Steve is not performing with Azúcar he can be found with some of the top acts in the Pittsburgh area including No Bad Ju-Ju and Resounding Brass as well as numerous national acts.

Chris Hemingway: Alto and Tenor Saxophones
Born in Florence, SC and now living in Pittsburgh, PA Christopher has been a student of James Houlik at the NC School of the Arts and Duquesne University. In 1999 Christopher was a concerto competition winner at Duquesne, performing with the DU Symphony. He also performed as a soloist with the Pittsburgh Symphony. Christopher is an active freelance jazz musician in Pittsburgh, performing with the Roger Humphries Big Band, and the Al Dowe quartet.

Eric Suseoff: Guitar
In addition to playing in Azúcar and leading his own Latin Jazz ensemble, Salsamba, Eric has played with every notable jazz musician in the City of Pittsburgh, including Eric Kloss, Frank Cunimondo, Gene Ludwig, Pete Henderson, Dave and Maureen Budway, Sandy Staley, Kenia, Roger Humphrys, H.B. Bennett, Harold Betters, Walt Harper, Nathan Davis and many, many others. His sparkling work can be found on the recordings of Standard Care, On Call& Christmas '95 featuring Dr. Howard Gendell. Singing lyrics by Lou Tracy, Opie Bellas featured Eric playing a Susoeff original, "Here I go Again'" on her album Once Upon A Time. Recent CD releases have included February Regrets by saxophonist Don Aliquo Jr. and Missing You by vocalist Donna Peck. Visiting jazz legends Dizzy Gillespie, David Amram and Roger Williams have all hired Eric for their appearances in Pittsburgh.

Brian Stahurski: Bass
Brian Stahurski has earned a reputation as one of Pittsburgh's most versatile musicians. He has performed locally with the Pittsburgh Ballet Orchestra, Civic Light Opera's Broadway Series, The Wheeling Symphony, Dave & Maureen Budway, The Balcony Big Band, Jeff Bell, Benny Benack, Sandy Staley, Modern Times, Joe Negri & Billy Price, to name a few! Brian recently returned from two years of touring with jazz trumpet legend Maynard Ferguson and his Big Bop Nouveau Band, playing at jazz festivals, clubs, and Universities in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. In addition to numerous local recordings, Brian has recorded with vocalist Michael Feinstein on "Big City Rhythms" and with renowned vocalist Diane Schuur on "Swingin' for Schuur". Both recordings are on the Concord Jazz Label.

Dave Glover: Timbales
Dr. David Glover is the Assistant Professor of Percussion at Slippery Rock University. Dr. Glover has played with a wide variety of artists including, Arturo Sandoval, Joe Williams, Phil Woods, Bob Brookmeyer, Peabo Bryson, and Bill Watrous. He can be heard on recordings from, The Wash, Latin Attitude, The University of Texas Jazz Orchestra, the acoustic jazz quartet Odd Man Out (Viewpoint Records), and the upcoming debut release from The Three Rivers Jazz Orchestra (SeaBreeze Records). Dr. Glover performs exclusively with SABIAN cymbals and Pro-Mark drumsticks.

George Jones: Congas
George Jones is the most in demand conga player in Western Pennsylvania. From salsa, to African music, to Latin Jazz, or big band George is the man. When not performing with Azucar George can be seen playing with Salsamba.

Jose Moran: Bongos Vocals
Jose Moran hails from Puerto Rico and has been playing latin percussion his whole life. Jose has played in many bands in Puerto Rico, New York City and now in Pittsburgh with Azucar. His sense of authentic Pueto Rican style and rhythm helps keep Azucar Grooving for the dancers all night long. - 724-382-1258 -



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Dance Dance Dance!!!!!
Great CD from a great band! This disk captures all the rhythms, energy, and fun typical of an Azucar show. Time to Salsa...quick, quick, slow...quick quick slow...


This cd is amazing!!! I love this band and their music and now I am using the cd to teach my dad how to dance. It's Great!!!


Great band. Moved away from the Burgh and really miss seeing them play. Plan to move back and one of the first things I want to do is see them play again. BUY THIS CD IT IS A MOST OWN!!

Mark D'Angelo

Absolutely burning salsa disc of original tunes.
I just recieved my Azucar disc yesterday, and it is an awesome disc. The Horn lines sound awesome, and they are written really well. The disc is full of energy and all the solos are great. I am a professional player and salsa producer, and I was really impressed with this disc. If you dont have this disc GET IT!


Love it!
I've heard the group many times before and have enjoyed dancing to their music. They are wonderful!! Now I can hear them anytime I want and dance, dance!!