Cerronato Plays Tonight at Momo’s World Music Night
One of the goals of Austin quartet Cerronato is to achieve the energy and high spirit that one would find in a Columbian parranda – that would be something like a jam session, loosely translated. While they’re dedicated to the authenticity of the roots music they play, there’s still a sense of innovation and originality that have important roles in their playing. They bring Colombian vallenato and cumbia to longtime fans and new listeners discovering these sounds for the first time.
Cerronato is playing in tonight’s World Music Night show at Momo’s, 618 W. 6th St. The evening will begin with Bombay-born singer-songwriter Naga Valli at 8 p.m., followed by Cerronato at 9:30 p.m., Root Dimension Reggae at 11 p.m., and Daniel Llanes at 12:30.