14 Aug

The spontaneous dance, catchy rhythms, the warmth of the public and the claw and passion with which these boys wrap their concerts, make Rachel Reyes & The Fireballs one of the emerging bands with more followers of the black music scene in the city.

Rachel's warm voice stands out for her dominance and the style she develops. But this young and prolific singer surprises us with torn and soulful passages that transport us to the best years of African American and spiritual music.

In "She Got Balls", the first solo album by Rachel Reyes, soul, funk and rythm and blues are masterfully distilled. With the intention of honoring great voices like those of Etta James, Johnny Guitar Watson or Ruth Brown, and updating those sounds of the 50's, 60's with a band that covers him with self-confidence and freshness.

"The Fireballs" are: Javi Suárez on guitar, Alvar García on bass and Adrián Carrera on drums. This trio of Madrid musicians clothe the voice of the young woman with the experience and good taste that gives them to be one of the most requested accompaniment bands by foreign blues artists for their tours of Spain and Portugal.