Latin Band in Atlanta
Founded by Willie Ziavino & Juan Bonini in 2010, soon becoming one of Atlanta's favorite latin band with a musical fusion of Caribbean Rhythms with elements of Funk, Pop and Brazilian beats.
We offer an all-inclusive musical entertainment service for your wedding, corporate party, music festival or intimate party. We love to play salsa, timba, merengue, cumbia, bachata, ballenato, reggaeton, bolero, rumba, samba, samba reggae, bossa nova and more.
Paige Stafford said: Amazing performance! We collected feedback from guests at this event and C.O.T. Band was by far their favorite part of the event. Juan and Willie are very attentive and kind people-a dream to work with. ... Read More
Simon Rimmer said: These guys rock!
Where to go for live entertainment in Atlanta
Looking for some entertainment? Enjoy live latin music and salsa lessons, bodacious drinks and spanish tapas while meeting interesting people in the best atmosphere and restaurants in the city.
Experienced and professional band with a proven record of dependability and the ability to delight guests at any sort of special event. The C.O.T. Band is well known in Atlanta's Latin music scene, performing weekly for the last 10 years in the best Latin venues in the city.
We have appeared at the Atlanta Jazz Festival, Atlanta Dogwood Festival, Chattanooga Riverbend Festival, and other Southwest music festivals.
What is the difference between a Latin Band and a Salsa Band?
In our modern times, there is a misconception of what is a Latin Band and what is a Salsa Band. A salsa band is a band that normally plays salsa defined by the son or the rumba clave including the cuban timba and occasionally playing some merengue (fast tempo rhythm from the Dominican Republic). They normally don't perform a wider range of latin rhythms. A latin band is a band that performs not only salsa but various rhythms that are part of the Latin America music scope. These might go from bolero, samba, bossa-nova, salsa, merengue, bachata, reggaeton, latin jazz and bomba, just to mention some. When trying to choose between a latin band and a salsa band it is always good to ask for a sample of repertoire to be sure you are getting exactly what you want.