Del Castillo has become a symbol of the cross-cultural power of music with their eclectic blend of flamenco, rock, Latin, blues, and world music. They have been described as a ‘cross between Paco de Lucia and Yngwie Malmsteen,’ or a ‘Latinized Allman Brothers Band.’ Their shows consist of passionate material including fresh-faced flamenco, many originals, classics given a new coat of paint, and jamming with the enthusiasm of a band that is comfortable together, but years away from feeling tired. They have received numerous awards, and their music has appeared in a dozen major films and TV shows. They can offer workshops in guitar playing, songwriting, and percussion if presented in conjunction with a concert or school performance. School performances work best if scheduled in conjunction with a public performance. Photo by Mark del Castillo.

Additional information



Contact name

Roggie Baer

Contact address

2809 North Torino Tucson AZ 85712

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Public performance

$7000 – $10000

School performance

$3500 – $5000

Workshop fees

$1000 – $2500

Travel per diem lodging

$100 – $1000




Special audiences

Festivals, Libraries, People with disabilities, Schools, Seniors

School audiences

High, Middle

Venue size

Larger, Medium, Smaller, Unplugged, Very Large

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