Using several popular spots in Roatan such as Parrots Dive Center and Utila Lodge, the members Marco Antonio Orellana (Nono) and Jorge Armando Martínez (Yambé), have become, under the title of Los Bohemios, one of the most popular groups in Honduras .
In 2006, they released their debut album, Rolitas Reggae. This material is followed by Hotel Bohemia in 2009 and Tiempo de Amor (Time to Give Love) in 2013.
Enjoy the best images of Roatan in this incredible video:
One of the most ambitious musical productions of recent years is presented through this theme written by Manu Martínez. The Honduran artist is recognized for elevating Honduran culture in each of the songs he shares with the public.
The video was recorded in the towns of Santa Bárbara, San Pedro Sula and La Lima. In addition to having more than 250 people on site for the most important moments such as the traditional Honduran dances.
Manu was also very successful with his song Wéndeti Nagaira, the title in Garifuna language translates to “How beautiful is my land”.
Enjoy this super Honduran production below:
What started as a band for a night club in Honduras became an icon of the culture of this country. From 1971 to the present the band continues to play music, although the entire original lineup is already outside the group.
His most recognized song is this song released in 1991. Thanks to this success, Banda Blanca managed to reach the stage of Viña del Mar in 1992.
A new version was unveiled in 2016, performed by one of the original members Pilo Tejeda. You can see this new version HERE.