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Johnny Conga

Primary Instrument: Congas

Johnny Conga

“JC” Johnny Conga, a Volcano Percussion endorsee, has been performing for 45 years, as a “multi-percussionist-specialist”, in the Art of Afro-Caribbean Drumming, and Latin-Jazz music.

Some of the Artists that “JC” have worked with cover the gamut of “styles” in the music business. Here is a short list: Sergio Mendes & Brasil 77, Paquito D’Riviera, The Jackson 5, Willie Bobo, Mongo Santamaria, Cerrone(France), Gloria Gaynor and over 100 other major artist’s in the United States and abroad. To date Johnny has been in 150 bands and has done 17 International tours all around the world....
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Featured recording “Breaking Skin/Rompiendo el Cuero”

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Breaking Skin/Rompiendo el Cuero

Self Produced (2009)

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Primary InstrumentCongas

LocationSeattle, WA

Willing to teachIntermediate to advanced students

Credentials/BackgroundCurrently offering a "Conga-Camp/Intensive. It's where you can live in my home for up to 5 days and I teach you for 6 hours a day(room and food included), See Bio for Institutions I have taught and worked at.

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