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Cuco performs an energetic set full of Hispanic pride at Sacramento’s new venue Holy Diver

Cuco continued his 3rd show of the Together Tour at Sacramento’s the new venue, Holy Diver on Thursday night. Joining him on this tour are fellow Southern California artists August Eve and Jasper Bones. The trio are quickly making a name for themselves and selling out shows on this leg of the tour.

The night was made up of fresh young talent, ready to show the crowd what they’ve got. Jasper Bones opened up the show with a similar sound to Cuco. Playing a bluesy Jazzy guitar along with his soulful vocals, Jasper definitely made a lasting impression on the audience. August Eve followed up with a truly mesmerizing set. I hadn’t heard of her before but she was able to latch onto my attention. One of the smoothest vocals I’ve heard in a while came with some catchy soulful tunes.

Sacramento’s newest venue, Holy Diver

At last, Cuco made his way to the stage, through the crowd from the back of the venue. I was fortunate enough to catch a bit of Cuco’s set this past November at Tropicalia Fest in Long Beach and was impressed with his set, sound and style. Cuco went from making bedroom recordings to collaborating with artists like Kali Uchis and playing big festivals around the country. His sound is reminiscent of classic oldies synths and guitars with a lot of Hispanic influence. One of the many awesome things about Cuco is that he includes a lot of Spanish lyrics in his songs. He takes pride in being a Mexican artist on the come up and expressed how proud he is to be a Mexican musician working to make it big and get recognized. His set was just as energetic as I remembered it being and had the crowd’s energy at an all time high. I was really impressed with how well he was able to carry the show despite how sick he was. His dedication to get through the show really came through.

At the end of the show, all the artists made time to come out and greet as many fans as possible. All of them were very humble and talked to fans as if they had already known each other for years. Their manager Doris was no exception as she was also very humble and sweet. Doris is on her way to help lead all these amazing young artists to even more success.

August Eve

August Eve

August Eve

Jasper Bones

J-Kwe$t

Cuco

Cuco

Cuco

Cuco

Cuco

Cuco

Cuco

Cuco

Cuco

Natalie Baeza
Natalie Baeza is a San Francisco based audio engineer and photographer. You can see more of her work at nataliebaeza.com.

Cuco performs an energetic set full of Hispanic pride at Sacramento’s new venue Holy Diver

Cuco continued his 3rd show of the Together Tour at Sacramento’s the new venue, Holy Diver on Thursday night. Joining him on this tour are fellow Southern California artists August Eve and Jasper Bones. The trio are quickly making a name for themselves and selling out shows on this leg of the tour.

The night was made up of fresh young talent, ready to show the crowd what they’ve got. Jasper Bones opened up the show with a similar sound to Cuco. Playing a bluesy Jazzy guitar along with his soulful vocals, Jasper definitely made a lasting impression on the audience. August Eve followed up with a truly mesmerizing set. I hadn’t heard of her before but she was able to latch onto my attention. One of the smoothest vocals I’ve heard in a while came with some catchy soulful tunes.

Sacramento’s newest venue, Holy Diver

At last, Cuco made his way to the stage, through the crowd from the back of the venue. I was fortunate enough to catch a bit of Cuco’s set this past November at Tropicalia Fest in Long Beach and was impressed with his set, sound and style. Cuco went from making bedroom recordings to collaborating with artists like Kali Uchis and playing big festivals around the country. His sound is reminiscent of classic oldies synths and guitars with a lot of Hispanic influence. One of the many awesome things about Cuco is that he includes a lot of Spanish lyrics in his songs. He takes pride in being a Mexican artist on the come up and expressed how proud he is to be a Mexican musician working to make it big and get recognized. His set was just as energetic as I remembered it being and had the crowd’s energy at an all time high. I was really impressed with how well he was able to carry the show despite how sick he was. His dedication to get through the show really came through.

At the end of the show, all the artists made time to come out and greet as many fans as possible. All of them were very humble and talked to fans as if they had already known each other for years. Their manager Doris was no exception as she was also very humble and sweet. Doris is on her way to help lead all these amazing young artists to even more success.

August Eve

August Eve

August Eve

Jasper Bones

J-Kwe$t

Cuco

Cuco

Cuco

Cuco

Cuco

Cuco

Cuco

Cuco

Cuco

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