Milwaukee man uses music to connect with culture and identity

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EAT WELL? ON A SLICE O GO I SHARED A MEAL AND AF LEWAUGHS IN GARFIELD SOLD WITH MUSICIAN CECIL NEGRON. WHAT GOT? BUT IT’S GOOD. WELL NOW HE FEELS HIS BELLY WITH A GOT OF PUERTO RO.IC YOU MUST LEARN YOUR ROOTS. IS SO IMPORTANT EVERY DAY. IT SHARES A GOT OF THE ISLAND IN MILWAUKEE THROUGH THE SOUNDS OF LATIN AMERICA. WE DO EVERYTHING FROM SSAAL TO CUMBIA TO ME AND JAZZ. FOR MORE THAN TNHA 20 YEARS HIS GROUP. I GOT YOU. MKE HAS PLAYED SHOWS ACROSS WISCONSIN, INCLUDING HERE IN GEFFENSON. IT USES AN OUTPUT. HE GIVES US A PLEURASE HE GIVES US A PIECE OF MIND AND I THINK THE REASON WHY WE LAST THE WEEKEND BECAUSE WE HAVE ONE. REPERTOIRE OF LATIN MUSIC ALL TRADITION PASTEUR TO HIS SON WHO ALSO TEACHES OTHERS THAT MAKES ME SO PROUD, OR YOU KNOW IT IS TRADITION NEGRON SAYS IS IMPORTANT TO PROVIDE AT LATISNO THE LANGUAGE THE FOOD HE CAN SEE THAT THE TRADITIONS OF RICE. CONTINUE. OUR NEWS WISN 12 AND TONIGHT. HIS GROUP HOSTS A CELEBRATION OF HISPANIQUE HE R. TO CLOSE THE CELEBRATION OF A MONTH SHOSTARTSW AT 6:30 AM THEY WILL HAVE LIVE MUSIC AND IT’S FREE FOR ATT

Milwaukee man uses music to connect with culture and identity

Cecil Negron spoke to WISN 12 at Cafe El Sol on South Ninth Street.

Music plays an important role in cultural connection and identity. A longtime musician uses it to share his culture with all of Milwaukee. Cecil Negron spoke to WISN 12 at Cafe El Sol on South Ninth Street. “You have to learn your roots. It’s so important,” he said. Every day, Negron shares a taste of it in Milwaukee through the sounds of Latin America. For 20 years, his band Cache MKE has performed concerts throughout Wisconsin, including at Café El Sol. “I think the reason we have lasted the way we have is because we have such a large repertoire of Latin music.” He passed on the tradition to his son, who also teaches others. It makes me so proud, you know he takes the tradition back, ”Negron said. Tradition, he said, is important to preserve among Latinos. heritage “to close the month-long celebration. The free event takes place on Fridays at 6:30 p.m. with live music at Café El Sol, inside the United Community Center.

Music plays an important role in cultural connection and identity.

A longtime musician uses it to share his culture with all of Milwaukee.

Cecil Negron spoke to WISN 12 at Cafe El Sol on South Ninth Street.

“You have to learn your roots. It’s so important,” he said.

Every day, Negron shares a taste of it in Milwaukee through the sounds of Latin America.

“We do everything from salsa and cumbia, to merengue, bachata and Latin jazz,” he explained.

For over 20 years, his band Cache MKE has performed shows across Wisconsin, including at Café El Sol.

“Music gives us an exit, it gives us pleasure, it gives us peace of mind,” Negron said. “I think the reason we have lasted the way we have is because we have such a large repertoire of Latin music.”

He passed on the tradition to his son, who also teaches others.

It makes me so proud, you know, he takes the tradition back, ”Negron said.

Tradition, he said, is important to preserve among Latinos.

“The language, the food, let the traditions continue,” said Negron.

Cache MKE is hosting a “Hispanic Heritage Celebration” to close the month-long celebration.

The free event is at 6:30 p.m. Friday with live music at Café El Sol, inside the United Community Center.


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