“De tierra caliente” a Filadelfia: los sonidos de Bronson Tennis

El Universal - 14 March 2014
Con un viaje de Filadelfia – de donde es oriundo – a varios países de América Latina, Bronson Tennis empezó su proyecto musical. Bronson ingresó en el mundo de la música desde hace 7 años, durante los inicios de su carrera tocaba música norteamericana hasta que sintió la necesidad de salir musicalmente de lo típico de su país....

Bronson Tennis: a Bit of Philly in BA

The Argentina Independent - 21 July 2011
Somewhere like Buenos Aires always throws up surprises. A musician from Philadelphia, with a four-track EP of country, reggae and pop songs, is just one of these. Bronson Tennis, this Philadelphian, met with me this week to talk about his first studio production...

The Philadelphia Sessions in BA

The Argentina Independent - 15 December 2010
After a taxi ride pulsing with electric tango and with the likes of Daddy Yankee blasting reggaeton at about 400 decibels from passing cars, going to hear two brothers from Philadelphia playing guitar could have been an incongruous experience. Instead, the gig – with people dancing between the tables...

Open Mic Reflects Diversity of BA Music Scene

The Argentina Independent - 15 July 2010
For many gringos, the idea of an open mic night conjures images of off-key hippie types lumbering through clunky Bob Dylan covers in a boho coffee house in some nameless college town. But on Tuesday nights at Gitano Restobar in San Telmo, a rotating cast of porteño, expat, and backpacker musicians...