This is Flamenco: Guitars and Gypsies in Granada

When you think of Spain chances are that you think about flamenco, sangria and bull fighting.  That’s partly true, but especially so in the south of Spain.  Flamenco is perhaps Spain’s most notorious export; but to the people of Andalusia, flamenco isn’t just a style of music…it’s a way of life.

The Vagabrothers explore the back streets in the shadow of the Alhambra and speak to a master guitar maker to find out what flamenco really is.  Come along to jam with the Gypsies of Granada.

Disfruta amigos!  Ole!

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2 thoughts on “This is Flamenco: Guitars and Gypsies in Granada

  1. Shirley Allen-wallis

    Congratulations on winning the biggest baddest bucket list competition! Al Dumbleton read about it on the NBR and looked you up. Rae sent on the link so I could read about it as well. We are Alex Robertson’s daughters, living in NZ. Most impressive presentation – your parents must be very proud of you!

  2. Spain has so much to offer from the modern to the traditional. Definitely agree that the Spain most people picture in their head would be the Andalusia region.
    My impression of Granada was very bohemian, I didn’t get to explore the Cave communities though.

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