Compadres is made up of Chilean guitarist Oscar Lopez, and east coast Celtic musician James Keelaghan. The two dub their genre as “Celtino”, a hybrid of Keelaghan's Celtic influence and Lopez' Latin roots.
"Celtino" group kicking off North Peace Cultural Centre's 20th year
Compadres was formed in the late 90's, but took a break due to contract and health issues. They're back together, with a new album, and a stage show that promises to “dazzle your senses and entertain your socks off”.
Tickets for the show are available at www.npcc.bc.ca, 250-785-1992 or in person at the box office.
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