If you are a fan of jazz music from the 1920’s era and popular Latin numbers, the La Sambusa Latina band will surely thrill you with their brand of music.

Not only that perform some feet stomping jazz numbers, but the band also combines some juggling and balancing acts into their performances.
They do circus performance acts and use simple props like tennis balls, umbrella and soccer ball in their shows.
Many from their guests are also coaxed into participating in their juggling shows.
The quartet is made up by twins, Emilio and Leandro Ponce (on percussions) along with Sebastian Varela (trumpet) and Tomas Coll (ukulele).
All members of the group hail from Argentina.

“We have traveled the Middle East, Europe, India, South America, United States and Asia during our travels. In all, to-date, we have done more than 30 countries.

“We also hope to travel and perform in China soon,” said Sebastian who is the band leader and vocalist. Other band members also alternate on taking to the vocals to deliver catchy and current hit numbers.

They also try to pick up a song in the local language wherever they travel to add some local flavour.
So, it is not surprising that they perform several Malay numbers.
Among the popular old school jazz numbers they perform are “In The Mood”, “Sweet Georgia Brown”, “Dinah”, “Bye Bye Blackbird”, “Stardust”, “Blue Skies”, “What Is This Thing Called Love” and many more to enjoy.