Jose and his Band celebrate Summer in Connecticut...
…in historic Jilson Square Park!
New York’s Largest Free Outdoor Performing Arts Festival!
New York’s Greenwich Village was the epicenter of a revolutionary movement in the history of American music and, in the mid-sixties, Jose Feliciano found himself in the middle of it.
Jose will join other artists whose career — either directly or indirectly — were influenced by it by joining in on a grand concert in Central Park!
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It holds a special place in the heart of Jose Feliciano for many reasons…
Jose will return to Detroit to render his iconic interpretation of the Star-Spangled Banner, fifty years after having done so before the fifth game of their 1968 world series competition against the St. Louis Cardinals…the rest, of course, would become history
As a Hispanic Heritage Foundation Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, Jose Feliciano has been invited to celebrate his Golden Anniversary of International Acclaim with his iconic rendering of the Star-Spangled Banner at their annual gala in Washington, D.C.
The event will be held at the Kennedy Center and will be filmed for broadcast on PBS
Jose and his Band return to the Bronx, another homecoming during his
Golden Anniversary Year on the International Music Scene,
with a Christmas-themed celebration, sure to delight!
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Another First for Feliciano, the exciting Sony Hall in New York City!
Known for generations as New York’s premier jazz-age era jewel in the heart of the Theater District, is today, Sony Hall. An exquisite space which boasts the best of both worlds: historically significant appointments vis-à-vis today’s ultra ‘cutting-edge multi-dimensional audio technology.’
A perfect venue in which to witness the maestro
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Jose Feliciano and the Vienna Boys Choir join in a Christmas Concert
together, in the famously celebrated
in the Heart of Vienna