Piazza San Domenico
Mambo Jumbo (live)
The Manouche Jazz was born from the American swing of the 30s and 40s, the French Musette Waltz and the Gypsy tradition. This magical fusion took place as a personal evolution and a natural artistic career of some Gypsy musicians and Manouches whose founder was the legendary Django Reinhardt.
The MamboDjango is a group formed in 2011 that pays tribute to this legendary musician with a repertoire that ranges from the original songs of the same artist, through the waltz musette of French tradition to the standard American swing of the 30s, winking to classical European and South American repertoire (Czardas, Apanhei you cavaquinho, Libertango etc.).
Deiana Diego-Violin / Samuel Dessi-Guitar / Andrea Lai-Bass / Renzo Cugis-Voice / Guitar / Mario Marino – Drums.
Daniele Diaz (D.j set)
Daniele Diaz was born in Cagliari in 1975 and he has collected vinyl records since he was a young boy. He started his career as deejay at the beginning of the 90s, playing selections of Acid Jazz, Funk e Hip Hop music. He collaborates with Radio X and various event organisations, working in the most famous clubs of Cagliari such as Officina Autorizzata, Linea Notturna, Soul, Area 14, Lido. At mid '90s he was so deeply influenced by the British musical experimentations like Drum’n’Bass, Break-beat and Nu jazz that he decided to work firstly in London then in Bologna. Come back to Cagliari in 2008, he has become manager of a pub called Hancock, in honour to the famous Herbie, where he deals with the music selection and also hosts the most famous Sardinian DJs and music bands.
In these last years he proposes musical selections of Soul, Funk and Jazz in the most famous clubs of Cagliari, such as Caffè Degli Spiriti, Caffè De Candia, Exmà, Old Square.