Daily Dig – Diego’s Umbrella


If you’re on the hunt for something lively, Diego’s Umbrella is around to fulfill your stimulating needs. The sextet from San Francisco plays an Eastern European gypsy rock, similar to Gogol Bordello, but with a lean towards Spanish influences. Their universal sound encompassed with strings, punk-driven drums, and an accordion has developed a high global repertoire – by glancing at their social network, fans tend to continuously request the band’s presence in their cities. Personally, I can hardly wait for these guys’ appearance on Sunday June 13 alongside Slightly Stoopid, The Expendables, Lauryn Hill, Steel Pulse and many others at the Harmony Festival in Santa Rosa, CA. Click on the image and take a listen! I guarantee you won’t be able to contain yourself from dancing in your seat.
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4 Responses to Daily Dig – Diego’s Umbrella

  1. Dave says:

    Ya buddy, stay irie that show along with the rest is going to be epic. Check out more updates and news to come from silverback.

  2. Greernignilla says:

    Just want to say what a great blog you got here!
    I’ve been around for quite a lot of time, but finally decided to show my appreciation of your work!

    Thumbs up, and keep it going!

    Cheers
    Christian, iwspo.net

    • Hey Christian,

      Sorry if I took FOREVER to respond – Your message went straight to spam. Silly WordPress.

      Anywho, I wanted to thank you for your support. We’ll be starting to include interviews from industry professionals, so keep reading 🙂

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