Locos por Juana certainly are a self-described Latin urban orchestra from Miami whose wide-ranging music approach pulls from tropical designs such as for example reggae, cumbia, and salsa in addition to urban styles such as for example hip-hop, rock and roll, and Latin substitute. Founded in Miami, FL, the multicultural music group is made up of Itagüí Correa (vocals; from Colombia), Tag Kondrat (electric guitar; Colombia), Emiliano Torres (trumpet; Argentina), Guillermo Cabral (bass; Venezuela), Javier Delgado (drums; Colombia), and Alan Reyna (percussion; Venezuela). Locos por Juana produced their commercial documenting debut in 2002 using a self-titled full-length record for the Miami-based 3rd party label Musical Productions. Offering the one “Que Ha sido Lo Que Está Pasando,” Locos por Juana was critically acclaimed and gained the music group a nomination for Greatest Urban Artist on the 2003 Premios Lo Nuestro. The follow-up record, Música pa’l Pueblo (2005), also released by Musical Productions, was likewise acclaimed. Having a duet with Armando Manzanero (“Adoro”), Música pa’l Pueblo was nominated for Greatest Latin Rock Record on the 2005 Latin Grammy Honours. The 3rd Locos por Juana record, La Verdad (2008), premiered by the General GROUP subsidiary Machete Music and was nominated for Greatest Latin Rock and roll or Alternative Record at this year’s 2009 Grammy Honours. In promotional support from the recording, the music group released the solitary “Armando” and toured thoroughly, including a overall performance at this year’s 2009 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Event.