Aramis Sol Caribe: The Story

A stylistically unique Latin Band from day one, the members of Aramis Sol Caribe have been singing, performing, and playing in sync as if they’d been together their entire musical careers. Throughout the course of the band’s union, they have won over the hearts of music lovers from all walks of life; performing at a variety of venues, making loads of public appearances, all the while recording new music. 

The band is under the management of the Cuban Bass player, Aramis Gutierrez. It is composed of multicultural musicians such as the Colombian Timbalera, Elisabeth Rodriquez, Venezolano Vocalist Geomar Perez, Cuban Vocalist Jenny Alvarez, and Cuban Vocalist Rafael Trensado, who bring to the stage their love of rhythms and Latino musical distinctions. They are a band whose repertoire consists of Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia, Bachata, etc. 

    Aramis Sol Caribe, not only brings Latin Music to Tampa but has also been successful in Sarasota, Fort Myers, Spring Hill, Orlando, Melbourne, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Miami, Naples, Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Georgia, South Carolina, and wherever there is a demand for Latin Sound. They have played for various activities and events, such as the Carnival, Royal Carribean, and Norwegian Cruise Lines, Weddings, Quince Años, Corporate Parties, Gasperilla Events, Mayor's Private Party, Telemundo's Feria de la Familia, Conga Caliente Festival, Radio Station Festivals (Rumba), Jazz Festivals, State Fair Shows, Major League Baseball Teams, Superbowl Private Parties, Night Clubs, and Yacht Club Socials.

    Aramis Sol Caribe has also had the privilege of being the background band for famous Latin vocalist such as El Canario, Tito Rojas, Luisito Carrion, Hector Tricoche, Nino Seguarra, NG2, Los Adolescente, DLG, Frankie Negron, Lalo Rodriquez, Pedro Arroyo, Marlon Fernandez, and many more. 

Aramis Sol Caribe is a 6 piece band that can be expanded to be an 11 piece. It offers a full brass section that ranges from trumpets, trombone, saxophone, and baritone. We use the typicalLatin percussion instruments such as Timbal, Congas, Bongos. And of course, we can’t leave out what brings it all together, the Bass, Piano and Singer. Each musician plays their instrument as if it is an extension of themselves. 

    In 2016, Aramis Sol Caribe has had the honor of releasing a new album, Valio La Pena Esperar, which is now available on this website and other media platforms.


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