Remake of Santana classic - Black Magic Woman featuring Marcos Eduardo on guitar and cousin Tori Huerta on lead vocals.
Up and personal with Marcos Eduardo
Memories is an original composition by the South Omaha guitar hero Marcos Eduardo. The song was composed in memory of his beloved daughter, Alexis Skye. Special thanks to Oscar Gonzalez (percussion), Manuel de la Torre (piano), AJ Ovio (video), Georgie Gomez (video), Prouty Family (Loft usage).
Marcos Eduardo is one of the only local Omaha artist to featured three times at Jazz on the Green with a crowd of 10,000.
The Let It Be story is about the American dream that Latino families strive for in America but inevitably face hardships of a broken system that essentially affects children and youth that are undocumented and left in limbo in pursuing their dreams. The video portrays the situation of a teenage girl that learns of her undocumented status and is in need of the Dream Act to go to college and work. With her struggles, she turns to her higher power, La Virgen Maria, and friends when the unity of the community and family come to her rescue to stand by her side...support the Dream of Act of America. Featured individuals in video: Annabel, Alexis Robles, Xochitl Pliego, Gabriella Robles, Rafael Hernandez, Sanylu Aguilar, Marcos Presented by LatPro Studios Written and Directed by Marcos Mora Produced and Directed by Bizzness Films Cinematography by Bizzness Films Cinematography by Carlos Barrientos Musicians on studio track: Marcos, Marcelo Arévelo
Camino de mi tierra is an original composition that was shot in Mexico.
Y Volveré is a classic bolero that was remixed by Marcos with singing artist, Anadelia Lamas Morgan
Marcos jams out on Jarana with musicians in Veracruz, Mexico.
Marcos composed Las Posadas in reflection of the Christmas culture and tradition in Mexico. Conga player, Oscar Gonzalez