In Celebration of the Human Voice - The Essential Musical Instrument
With ten years of musical career, four albums, a Latin Grammy nomination, six CARA nominations and two awards this year 2010 for best religious album and best song of religion, among other numerous awards, combined with thousands of records sold worldwide, the charismatic and cheerful style Undivided continues to conquer hearts in the U.S. and Latin America.
Undivided is a vocal group made up of six young people who play music a cappella style. Breaking the language barrier, playing their songs in Spanish, English and Portuguese. The group enjoys a variety of musical influences such as gospel, R & B, Jazz, Pop, Reggae, Rock, Salsa, Merengue and other Latin fusions are achieved by the skill and facility to play music with their voices.
These young people are not satisfied with what they have achieved, but are always looking for innovative and different ways to reinvent his style within the genre a cappella, a feature that allowed you to excel as one of the best vocal groups in the world. These young people have a musical talent that not only captures the ear with modern harmonies and musical arrangements, but they combine their voices with the visual aspect to provide a show without boundaries.
Undivided has had the privilege of performing on big stages for large crowds, such as Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas, during the event, "Selena Vive", where they shared the stage with other performers such as Gloria Estefan, Olga Tanon, Paul Montero, Alejandra Guzman, Thalia, Paulina Rubio, among many others. They have sung for hundreds of people in the convention center in Los Angeles, California, in the concert hall James L. Knight Center in Miami, Florida, have been singing on two occasions for the Miami Heat professional basketball team in the NBA (National Basketball Association), the national anthem of the United States in the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. The vocal band has also participated in numerous Jazz festivals such as the Latin Jazz Festival in the city of Miami, The Jazz Bakery in Los Angeles, among others. Internationally, Undivided conquered the hearts of Puerto Ricans during their visit to the Teatro de Bellas Artes in Puerto Rico and the Auditorio Nacional in Mexico City.
Undivided coverage also includes press, radio and television programs such as: Despierta America, Escandalo TV, Don Francisco Presenta, Sabado Gigante, Primer Impacto, Control, Club 700, Gospel Channel, Link TV, etc.
Undivided continues to put his music without boundaries or barriers, they long continue to grow and innovate with excellence in the medium of contemporary music and the proof is the launch of their new album and fourth album titled "True Love", produced by Street Records and overseen by famed producer Sergio George. This album is on sale at your favorite store or at www.amazon.com and www.itunes.com.
In 2007, the group went through a break due to the audition process to replace two members who unexpectedly left the group during the pre-production tracks from the album True Love.
The sextet will be singing on promotional tours and festivals, starting this year at festivals in the U.S. and New York, Los Angeles, Dallas, Phoenix, and other countries such as Puerto Rico, Mexico, Venezuela, Aruba, Curacao, Costa Rica and Republic DR.
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La Murga De Panama
Review: All male sextet Undivided draw their musical influences from Latin, Jazz, Contemporary Christian, Gospel, Reggae, Pop, R&B and Rock, and they showed off their powerful, rhythmic live show to us twice, at the 2003 and 2005 Harmony Sweeps Finals in San Rafael, CA. "Amor" is the group's second finely-crafted recording, their first being the excellent "A Cappella From The Soul." There are 10 cuts here, the salsa-flavored "Los Fariseos," and rhythmic gem "Amor Verdadero," both of which feature Undivided's trademark faux horns, and the soulful love song "Contigo Para Siempre;" "La Murga De Panama," "El Nazareno" (a song about Jesus), "Jala, Jala," "El Todopoderoso" and "Ahora Vengo Yo" (with more of those smokin' faux horns) will get you up dancing and ordering another round of Margaritas; while "Bello Amanecer" and "Amanda Mia" are slower, bluesy salsa-jazz. All songs, and the liner notes for that matter, are in Spanish. But don't let that stop you from enjoying this spirited, high-energy collection from one of SoCal's most dynamic a cappella groups!
Songlist: Los Fariseos, Amor Verdadero, Contigo Para Siempre, La Murga De Panama, El Nazareno , Bello Amanecer, Jala Jala, Amada Mia, El Todopoderoso, Ahora Vengo Yo
Review: Unidivided is a Southern California a cappella male sextet first formed in the spring of 2001, whose wide range of musical influences include Latin, Gospel, Contemporary Christian, Reggae, Pop, Jazz, R&B and Rock. We first were blown away by the group's distinctive style at the 2003 National Finals, where their arrangement of "Amazing Grace" drew a huge ovation from the audience. Their recent accomplishments include 2 CARA award nominations and another win at the 2005 LA Sweeps Regional, bringing them to San Rafael for the 2005 Finals. "From The Soul" is basically a Gospel CD, but it begins with the showy, funky "Jamappella," with fake horns, classical samples and a pure, sweet whistled melody line as powerful as that in any spaghetti western. "Lord I Lift Your Name On High" is a joyous reggae gospel tune that had us boogying in the aisles. "When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder" would hardly be recognized by its composer, with vocal percussion, "trumpet" solo and funky arrangement that turn the song into a celebratory romp. "What a Friend We Have in Jesus" appears twice, first as a jazzy, bluenote harmonic feast, and at the end of the CD with added vocal percussion. "I Wanna Change," "Nao Ha Deus Tao Grande Como Tu," "Amazing Grace," "Es Jesus" and "What's Going On" complete the songlist. A surprising, upbeat debut CD from one of the most dynamic and innovative Contemporary Christian groups we've heard!
Songlist: Jamappella, Lord I lift Your Name On High, When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder, What A Friend We Have In Jesus, I Wanna Change, Nao Ha Deus Tao Grande Como Tu, Amazing Grace, Es Jesus, What's Going On?, What A Friend (with vocal percussion)