Apolo’s Creed: Alex “Apolo” Ayala on the Deeply Personal “Bámbula”


Alex “Apolo” Ayala examines the musical, cultural and biological DNA of his Puerto Rican heritage on the deeply personal Bámbula. Alex “Apolo” Ayala has established himself as one of the most distinctive and in-demand bassists in the jazz and Latin music communities of New York City. He is particularly well-regarded for his ability to marry

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