Cuban rhythms Mi Son plays patio

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Mi Son, Mi Son, Mi Son is, from left: Jose Perez, David Pierce, Robert Gomez and Ross Schodek. Joe Cripps, not pictured also plays with the band.

Mi Son, Mi Son, Mi Son doesn’t have a discography to shop around Denton, but then this Denton band is at its best when its musicians are on stage, with Cuban rhythms and yearning totally unstoppered.

The local band — David Pierce on vocals and trombone, Robert Gomez on vocals and tres, Ross Schodek on bass, Jose Perez on bongo and Joe Cripps on congas — is a regular act on the Sweetwater Grill & Tavern patio. The band returns at 7 p.m. Sunday for the restaurant’s jazz on the patio series.

Go for the subtlety and the authenticity. Stay for a dance or two.

Admission is free, but visitors can buy drinks and dinner on the patio. Sweetwater is located at 115 S. Elm St.

— Lucinda Breeding


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