LCDB featured on People Magazine. 

Los Ciegos Del Barrio, who are the recipients of the 2016 annual achievement award by City Access New York, have been featured on People Magazine's on line edition. You can read all about it here:

New album released. "El Futuro", now available everywhere. 

On August 1st, 2016, LCDB will be releasing their brand new album "El Futuro" during their show in Milwaukee WI. CD's and download cards will be on sale at Discovery World Rotary Amphitheater, 500 N Harbor Drive, in Milwaukee WI. show time is at 6 The album will feature their hit song "Baby Boy", as well as a new version of their cover "Mama Used To Say" You can also pick up your copy on every on line retailer such as I Tunes, Amazon, CD Baby and more. You can also pick up a copy for a discounted…

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LCDB raising money for charity this holiday season. 

Los Ciegos Del Barrio announced yesterday on a radio interview on the "DJD Digital Distraction", on Inner-Vision Radio, that they will be matching all sales of their hit single "Baby Boy" through the month of January For each sale of their song through their new BandCamp site, the band will be matching and donating funds to the St. Jude's Children's Hospital for cancer research You can make your contribution here: The band will match the amount raised through purchases on…

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New Single Available On CD Baby! 

Los Ciegos Del Barrio are happy to announce the release of their new single "Baby Boy", a new Alternative Bachata song (Half Bachata, half Alternative Rock) in English written by Alvin Suarez. For now, it is available on CD Baby, but it will be available on I Tunes within the next 2 weeks This is a personal song for Alvin, as it addresses the topic of child abuse The song features the following lineup: Alvin Suarez: Lead singer, bongos, Bachata and Rock rhythm guitars. Derek Suarez: Bass and backing…

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LCDB to play at first disability pride parade in New York City. 

The band is honored to be part of the very first disability pride parade in New York City. This is to celebrate the 20 anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 LCD be, Along with many other talented disabled artists, will be playing at the Union Square stage Beginning at 11:00 AM.

LCDB Experiments With New Set up. 

The band will have an unusual set up for their performance on December 5 at St. John's University. The performers will be Derek Suarez, Jimmy Fontanez, Tony Jimenez and Domingo Pascual. For Domingo, it is his first performance since the Fall of 2011. Alvin Suarez, the band director, will be missing his first performance with the band since 1998. this is only the second show he is missing with the band. Jimmy Fontanez will be making his debut on keyboards with the band. The bass will be compensated by…

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Machete Returns. 

LCD be well comes back a familiar face on stage as Machete returns with the band for his first performance with them since August 2013. The band played a college party in Carlisle Pennsylvania at Dickinson college on November 15. The band sounded great and never missed a beat.

Tony's Back!!! 

Our July 18 performance at the Brentwood Public Library will feature the return of Tony Jiminez on congas. After overcoming his recent healthchallenges, we look forward to welcoming him on stage again. Welcome back Tony.

Sending Prayers To A Member Of Our Family 

Before ever becoming a band, we consider ourselves family. Therefore, we are always there for one another even off stage. We'd like to extend our prayers to percussionist Tony Jiminez, who has recently began facing some health challenges. Speedy recovery Tony.