Corcovado

Latin - Caribbean - Brazilian - Jazz
Bay Music and Entertainment performer Corcovado

If you are looking for a unique band that plays a variety of Latin and Caribbean music plus jazz and standards, CORCOVADO is the band for you! Corovado’s high energy and distinctly Latin sound will instantly transport you to Latin America and the Caribbean.

Dance to the smooth rhythms of the Salsa, Merengue, Cha-Cha, Cumbia, Bossa, Baiao, Lambada, Raggae, Latin Rock, R & B and Rock — or explode on the dance floor with a fast Soca or Samba.

CORCOVADO is a San Francisco based band but the name comes from the mountain on which stands one of Brazil’s most famous landmarks, the 98-foot statue of Christ, overlooking Rio de Janeiro.

Corcovado’s 6-piece ensemble consists of Keyboards, Bass, Drums, saxophone, trumpet and Percussion with members of the band sharing the vocals. They also perform as a larger band, up to a 14-piece ensemble with a horn section and additional vocalists.

Add energy and entertainment to this dynamic show with Brazilian, Salsa or tango dancers who are available to perform with the band.

Trio: keys, bass, congas/drum machine or sax
Quartet: keys, bass, drums/drum machine, sax, or conga
5-piece: add percussionist or female vocalist
6-piece: add trumpet
7-Piece: add female vocalist

Videos
Songlist
Printable Songlist

Salsa/Merengue/Cumbia

Acabo De Llegar (Salsa)
Amor De Mis Amores (Cumbia)
Ave Maria Lola (Salsa)
Bamboleo (Salsa)
Bilirubina (Merengue)
Bilongo (Salsa)
Bluesette (Mambo)
Caballo Viejo (Cumbia)
Catalina (mambo)
El Amor Mas Bonito (Salsa)
El Mujeron (Merengue)
El Tigeron (Merengue)
El Venao (Merengue)
Lady (Salsa)
La Murga De Panama (Salsa)
La Pollera Colora (Cumbia)
Love For Sale (Mambo)
Mentirosa (Salsa)
Mil Horas (Cumbia)
Movidito (Merengue)
Oxigeno (Salsa)
Quimbara (Quimbara)
Sunny Ray (Mambo)
Para Donde Vaz (Sndtrk. Phenomenon)
The Macarena
Mambo # 8 (Perez Prado)
Moliendo Cafe (Salsa)
Disculpame Senora (Salsa)
Etnia (Salsa)
La Carta (Salsa)
Mulato Rumbero (Salsa)
El Pueblo Me Lo Pide (Salsa)
Maria (Ricky Martin)
La Gota Fria (Cumbia)
El Carretero, El Cuarto De Tula, Chan Chan (Buena Vista Social Hall)

American Music/Latin Rock/Reggae/Soca

Baby I Love Your Way (Reggae)
Black Magic Woman (Santana)
Bring Me Your Cup (UB 40)
Brown Eye Girl (Van Morrison)
Corazon Espinado (Santana “Supernatural”)
Dance Sister Dance (Santana)
Dock Of The Bay
Evil Ways (Santana)
Flor De Luna (Santana)
How Sweet It Is (James Taylor)
Iko Iko
Is This Love (Bob Marley)
Jammin (Bob Marley)
Let’s Go/Lengon (Soca)
Mete Y Saca (Soca)
One Love (Bob Marley)
One Way (Al Jarreau)
Oye Mi Amor (Mana)
Rayando El Sol (Mana)
Red Red Wine (UB 40)
Snail Soup (Sopa De Caracol – Soca)
Someone Like You (Van Morrison)
Stir It Up (Bob Marley)
Three Little Birds (Bob Marley)
Under The Boardwalk (The Drifters)
I Saw Her Standing There (Beatles)
I Should Have Known Better (Beatles)
I Feel Good (James Brown)
Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry)
Rock Around The Clock ( Bill Halley)
Margaritaville (Jimmy Buffet)
La Vida Loca (Ricky Martin)
You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet (B.T.O)
Love Of My Life (Santana “Supernatural”)
Pink Cadillac (Aretha Franklin)

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