Everyone’s invited to a special concert by Maxima Alerta

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HOBOKEN – The musical group Maxima Alerta will play a special free outdoor concert on Tuesday, Aug. 8 7 p.m. at the Hoboken Amphitheater, 525 Sinatra Drive. Everyone is invited to attend.
Maxima Alerta was one of Cuba’s best known fusion bands. The group has been touring the New York metro area and is ready to release a new production.
Audiences can expect a variety of musical styles.
Maxima Alerta is a multi-award winning group, including being named “Latin Group of the Year” by Communitarian Media Network; Premio ARTE 2017 for “Best Latin Band”, “New Jersey’s Best Latin Group” by Cine & Novelas; Union City Artist Award; and receiving a final entry at the Latin Grammy’s.
The group has moved to the US and it is now based in the NYC area. It is known for its fusion of Cuban Music and other genres forming a fresh hip sound. From son Cubano to conga, from cumbia to merengue, from rap to ballads… all with a fresh modern sound inviting audiences on their feet to dance and have a good time.
The group became a local favorite, and for four years worked hard to develop their unique sound and build a following. In 2003 Máxima Alerta exploded on the national scene, hitting radio and television stations with two songs, ”Echar pa’ lante” and “Adegüello 1895” which very quickly became popular throughout the country.
Thanks to these successes, in 2004 they delivered their new album “Llegaron los Alertas”, recorded at Abdala Studios owned by renowned singer/composer Silvio Rodriguez with the French company Lusafrica, and joining their catalog and sharing the stage with popular groups such as La Orquesta Aragón, Polo Montañez, Anacaona, Isaac Delgado, Osdalgia, among others.
In 2005, Máxima Alerta was nominated to Cubadisco as “Best Album Rap, Dance and Hip Hop” which garnered the group great popularity both nationally and internationally, as well as topping the charts. Later in 2009 the group returned to the top of the charts with the song “La Figura” (“Ay Lola”) recorded with the multi-award winning and internationally renowned group Gente de Zona.
Later in 2011, they released the CD “Alertas para Todos”, recorded and produced by Nando Pro in Havana, Cuba. This is an album containing fourteen tracks, of which six featured special guests: Yulien Oviedo and Dantes (Charanga Habanera); Alexander Delgado y Randy Marcos (Gente de Zona); Sisto Llorente “El Indio” (Orquesta Aragón); Los Cuatro; and Alain Daniel and Ramón Lavado (El Chacal). The CD also features a song dedicated to one of the greatest Cuban baseball players, Victor Mesa.
After enjoying much success in Cuba, the group resettled in the United States, where they recorded a new production. In October 2015, Maxima Alerta was reborn in the US performing in two sold out concerts in New York City with legendary merengue singer Fernandito Villalona.
In 2016, Maxima Alerta released its new song “Vive la Vida” with an accompanying music video, which you can view on You Tube.
Subsequently the group had sold out concerts at Maxwell’s in Hoboken, with bachata superstar Anthony Santos at the historic 1,500 seat Park Performing Arts Center, and with Los Van Van at the Infinity Yacht.
The group has performed at many large outdoor venues, including the Cuban Parade of New Jersey. Most recently, the group also released a new single “Que Viva USA”.