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About Grupo Fantasma

Austin, Texas's native sons and Latin funk sensations Grupo Fantasma have gotten some high-profile love of late -- they were chosen to be a resident band at Prince's Las Vegas nightclub in 2007, and they backed the Purple One in his pre-Super Bowl shows in 2007. Prince's high-profile support aside, the band was already a favorite in Austin, where they formed in 2000 and consistently wowed fans with their high-energy live shows and massive horn section. The band's liberal use of cumbia, salsa, mambo and any other Latin style that takes their fancy makes for an inspired, mongrel sound.

Listen toGrupo Fantasmaon Rhapsody

Austin, Texas's native sons and Latin funk sensations Grupo Fantasma have gotten some high-profile love of late -- they were chosen to be a resident band at Prince's Las Vegas nightclub in 2007, and they backed the Purple One in his pre-Super Bowl shows in 2007. Prince's high-profile support aside, the band was already a favorite in Austin, where they formed in 2000 and consistently wowed fans with their high-energy live shows and massive horn section. The band's liberal use of cumbia, salsa, mambo and any other Latin style that takes their fancy makes for an inspired, mongrel sound.

About Grupo Fantasma

Austin, Texas's native sons and Latin funk sensations Grupo Fantasma have gotten some high-profile love of late -- they were chosen to be a resident band at Prince's Las Vegas nightclub in 2007, and they backed the Purple One in his pre-Super Bowl shows in 2007. Prince's high-profile support aside, the band was already a favorite in Austin, where they formed in 2000 and consistently wowed fans with their high-energy live shows and massive horn section. The band's liberal use of cumbia, salsa, mambo and any other Latin style that takes their fancy makes for an inspired, mongrel sound.

About Grupo Fantasma

Austin, Texas's native sons and Latin funk sensations Grupo Fantasma have gotten some high-profile love of late -- they were chosen to be a resident band at Prince's Las Vegas nightclub in 2007, and they backed the Purple One in his pre-Super Bowl shows in 2007. Prince's high-profile support aside, the band was already a favorite in Austin, where they formed in 2000 and consistently wowed fans with their high-energy live shows and massive horn section. The band's liberal use of cumbia, salsa, mambo and any other Latin style that takes their fancy makes for an inspired, mongrel sound.