Angel Luís Band

Angel Luís has been writing songs since he was 16 yaers old. He has finally come of age with his first album, "Angel Luís”.  As Angel's most cherished accomplishment, his new album promises to tease your mind and fill your soul. A stellar amalgam of great songs to improve your mood. A must buy!

Angel Luís

Lead Singer / Timbales

Scott Roewe

Saxes, Flutes & Keys

Chris James


Carlitos Cuba

Bass / BG Vocals

Joe Rotondi


Dr. Stephen Billington


Danny Alfaro

Bongos  / BG Vocals

Alfonso Morales

Congas / BG Vocals

David Gotler

Trumpet / BG Vocals


Herbie Hancock
Kenny Loggins
Vikki Carr
Billy Preston
Branford Marsalis
The Pointer Sisters
Phil Perry
Mongo Santamaria
Patti Austin
Biz Marquís
Jackson Browne
Tito Allen
Chicago Symphony
Hootie & the Blow Fish
Zap Mama
Ivan Neville
Parliament Funkadeliks
Andy Garcia
Marc Anthony
Celia Cruz
Mighty Mighty Bosstones
Brian McKnight
Stewart Copeland
Boo-Yaa Tribe
Cheryl Crowe
Jon Voigt
Dom De Louis
Jeffery Osborne
The Drifters
Al Hudson
Howard Hewitt
The Temptations

Angel Luís is an international class musician who has performed and recorded with many of our favorite artists. His innovative brand of percussion spans through Latin, R&B, hip hop, classical, jazz, folk and pop, to name a few. He was educated at Loyola University in Chicago (Journalism), Santa Monica College (Music) and the University of Southern California (Jazz Studies). Angel Luís was initiated into the 'Havana' school of the Lucumí religious-folkloric tradition by Afro-Cuban Master, Lázaro Galarraga.

For 19 years (until 2010), Angel Luís was an Adjunct Assistant Professor and Afro-Caribbean Jazz Ensemble Director at the Jazz Studies Department of the USC Thornton School of Music where he was also taught private instruction. While at USC, he received several teaching commendations, university awards and professor accolades. Angel Luís has received numerous grants from public organizations and private corporations including: the Chicago Council on Fine Arts, the Illinois Arts Council, the California Arts Council, the Department of Cultural Affairs in Los Angeles,The Nielsen Company, The Walt Disney Company and The Target Corporation.