Dominican band Bocatabú renew the sound of their homeland by infusing their pop/rock sound with Caribbean rhythms, jazz, folk, and blues. Produced in capital town Santo Domingo in June 2007, the music group — whose name is normally a portmanteau from the Spanish phrases for “mouth area” and “taboo” — was founded by vocalist/songwriter Giorgio Siladi out of the desire to provide alive the tales in his mind. Siladi was became a member of by drummer Miguel Abreu and pianist Oscar Patxot; violinist/percussionist Claudia Ponjuan (blessed in Cuba, the just member from beyond Santo Domingo) and guitarist Eduardo Fernández implemented, and bassist Francisco Caamaño curved out the lineup. Not really wanting to end up being tied to genre trends as well as with a primary songwriter, Siladi searched for contributions from the complete music group, and by early 2008 debut one “Tempestad” arrived, afterwards reaching number 1 on region radio graphs. Its follow-up, “Bang Bang,” reached Melody of the entire year status. The next year, the music group enjoyed more achievement with the one “Sinfonías del Silencio” and on the Olympic Stage, where they opened up for the Jonas Brothers’ regional tour time. Bocatabú’s profile increased further this year 2010 if they performed the Celebration Presidente, making method in 2011 for an area over the Shakira-led POP Celebration. Over the honours front, the music group gained the 2010 Casandra Prize for Best Rock and roll/Pop Group and was nominated in the category once again the following calendar year. Their full-length debut, Historias Virgenes, found its way to the Caribbean in Oct 2009 and stateside in August 2011.