Vida Lexus takes the acclaimed Té Para Tres experience on the road with live performances in Los Angeles, Miami, Houston and New York. Hosted by EMMY award nominated TV host, actress, producer and social media expert, Pili Montilla; the Té Para Tres Live Concert Series features live, intimate performances by leading Latin alternative rock bands. Guests will be treated to live music concerts unlike any other that mirror the luxurious Lexus lifestyle. Attendees will also get to experience the strikingly beautiful Lexus NX luxury utility crossover on display.
The Té Para Tres Live Concert Series showcases the most representative and leading alternative Latin music bands in North America. Kinky, Afrobeta, La Santa Cecilia and La Mecánica Popular are hailed for their musical explorations and unique contributions to the richness of Latin culture in the United States and beyond.
The Té Para Tres Live Concert Series is an extension of the highly successful TV series “Vida Lexus Presenta: Té Para Tres con Pili Montilla.” Fans can watch its second season on Saturday evenings at 9/8c on Mega TV, owned by Spanish Broadcast System (SBS), the largest Hispanic-controlled public entertainment company in the United States. Created, produced and hosted by Emmy nominated TV host Pili Montilla and directed and edited by two time Emmy winning director Juan Agustín Márquez,“Té Para Tres” is a place of musical discovery that provides an entertaining, intimate, and spontaneous look at a “day in the life” of today’s most unique and talented new Latino musicians.
Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015
Kinky – (The Avalon in Los Angeles)
Kinky is a five-member band from Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, formed in 1998 as part of the Avanzada Regia musical movement. The band’s music is heavily influenced by Latin music, rock, dance, and techno. Their first album, called Kinky, was released in early 2002 and was a success in Latin America, and had some success in the U.S. Their second single, titled “Más,” is nowadays their most known single all around the world. “Más” was used in commercials and the NBC Mexican Mafia mini-series “Kingpin.” It was also featured in the video games “SSX 3” and “Crackdown,” and the movies “Thirteen” and “Man on Fire,” which featured another song by Kinky, “Field Goal.” “Mas” was also used in an episode of “NCIS,” called “Shalom.” The band has performed in the famous Coachella music festival and other important venues in Latin-American.