Curumin Returns for Summer North American Tour

Curumin will be back in North America this summer, bringing his
own brand of samba-soul to festival-goers across the continent.
The tour is bookended by stops in New York (at SummerStage on
July 8 with Juana Molina, at Southpaw on July 26) but in between
he’ll be playing everything from the Montreal International Jazz
Fest to San Francisco’s Stern Grove Festival, not to mention shows
in Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Ottawa, and Seattle.

Jul 08 New York, NY @ LAMC Music Night, Central Park SummerStage (w/Juana Molina and El G)
Jul 09 Montreal, QC @ Montreal Jazz Festival
Jul 11 Ottawa, ON @ Ottawa Bluesfest
Jul 12 Quebec City, QC @ Quebec City’s Summer Festival
Jul 13 Quebec City, QC @ Quebec City’s Summer Festival
Jul 14 Cambridge, MA @ The Middle East
Jul 15 New York, NY @ S.O.B.’s
Jul 18 Milwaukee, WI @ Stonefly Brewery
Jul 19 San Francisco, CA @ Stern Grove Festival
Jul 20 Santa Cruz, CA @ Moe’s Alley
Jul 21 Seattle, WA @ Neumo’s
Jul 23 Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios
Jul 25 Los Angeles, CA @ Grand Performances
Jul 26 Brooklyn, NY @ Southpaw

Curumin was also recently featured on National Geographic’s Geo
Sessions. You can check out his set, along with his interview, here:

Vincent Moon also managed to catch Curumin and his band when they
were in New York last, you can check out those sessions below:

“He brought his eclectic sound, which is truly a perfect blend
of the classic (Jorge Ben Jor) and the contemporary, to a packed
crowd at Mercury [Lounge] and wailed on the drums for a good hour-plus.
It’s rare to see a frontman simultaneously rapping and playing
percussion, but the São Paulo native breezed through it with the
ease of a vet and casually kept the audience engaged via adlibs
em portugués.” – (February 2009)

“It’s to Curumin’s credit that he kneaded this thick sonic dough
into something not just digestible but delicious. ‘Japan Pop
Show’ includes some of the catchiest music released this year,
including a single, “Compacto,” that rates as an ideal song of
summer. – The New York Daily News (December 5, 2008)

“Brazilian break-out Curumin delivers a modern version of the
danceable funk and samba-influenced rock that made countrymen Jorge
Ben and Gilberto Gil worldwide stars in the 1970s. – Flavorpill
(January 27, 2009)

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