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April 6, 2015
Billboard

LOS ANGELES, USA: Manager Miles Copeland bets on a newly created flamenco rumba group that could bring "Bamboleo" back, again. For members of a certain generation, the Gipsy Kings' 1987 international hit "Bamboleo" can still bring back fuzzy memories of dancing on tables while drinking bad sangria. Emblematic of a late 20th-century music boom -- and extended happy hours -- the French band of brothers of Catalan heritage went on to record more than a dozen follow-ups to their self-titled debut, selling almost 5 million albums in the United States alone.

March 25, 2015
AND Society Magazine

NEW YORK CITY, USA: What happens when a large family of musicians in a very successful group have talented musical siblings coming of age who want to join their parents in the family business? If the family is as big as the Gipsy Kings with 8 founding members from the same family one can imagine the drama that would unfold. And unfold it did for the Gipsy Kings. At the end of 2014 the band split into two camps with Nicholas Reyes and his cousin Tonino Baliardo in one claiming the name Gipsy Kings while the brothers Andre, Patchai and Pablo Reyes organized a new group and also laid claim to the name.

March 9, 2015
Copeland International Arts

PARIS, FRANCE: Andre, Patchai and Pablo Reyes sign management contract with Miles Copeland in Paris with the bands lawyer Nathalie Holliger. GipsyRoyale is official and an exciting new beginning for the three Reyes brothers who were founders of the Gipsy Kings.


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