Friday Feel Good Quick Mix ~ Cinco de Mayo Party Mix

Friday Feel Good Quick Mix ~ Cinco de Mayo Party Mix

This Cinco de Mayo, Fry Weezie is taking us back to Pepper’s Bar and Grill (Garden Grove, CA) 1997. Spinning nothing but the best of 90-‘s House, Latin House and 80’s Hi-NRG Disco Hits.  Cinco de Mayo is a day we celebrate when we kicked the French’s Ass while being out numbered 2 to 1. That is because we are chingones. So, Grab a Margarita or a nice cold Corona and lets celebrate this holiday right. You can also break out the Tequila if you wish, but I don’t recommended it.

Turn it UP and PISS off the Neighbors!!!!

Have a safe weekend and party responsibly. 

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Friday Feel Good Cinco De Mayo Mix Ft. DJ Dynamico

This Week we have DJ Dynamico in the DJ Booth. This mix, I’ve had it for a long time and it became a life saver for Parties and Weddings. If you love Merengue, You are going to Love this Mix. It’s a 1 hour Long, 1 hour Strong Merengue Swing Party Mix. Enjoy the mix and please share.

Cinco de Mayo is a much anticipated celebration on the 5th of May. Each year, millions of people flock to Latin themed parties to partake in the festivities. The sad reality is, most people don’t know what they’re celebrating. They simply go to indulge in the refreshments.

1. The celebration of Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican national holiday which celebrates the triumphant victory of the Mexicans over the French in 1862 at the Battle of Puebla.

2. Mexican Independence Day is not celebrated on the 5th of May but on September 16th.

3. The Battle of Puebla was a major victory for the Mexican people as only 4,000 Mexican soldiers battled and defeated 6,500 French soldiers. The entire war took 6 more years to finish, but the victory at Puebla was a huge win for the Mexican people.

4. The biggest Cinco de Mayo celebration is held in…yep…you guessed it, Puebla, Mexico.

5. Wearing Western costumes is part of the celebration in Puebla.

6. Typical Cinco de Mayo celebrations include dancing, mariachi bands, Mexican food and drink, festivals and parades, much like any holiday.

7. The first Cinco de Mayo celebration took place in southern California in 1863.

8. Los Angeles has the largest Cinco de Mayo celebration in the world called Fiesta Broadway, with over half a million people attending this massive street party. (I would not want clean up on this one.)

9. Chandler, Arizona celebrates the traditional way, but then throws a twist, they have Chiuhuahua races which is much like horse races, except on a much smaller scale.

10. Cinco de Mayo is also celebrated in the Carribbean, Australia, and Canada, as well as in Latin countries, and of course, The United States.

So celebrate for our brethren! But celebrate responsibly. If you’re going to a party and will be drinking tequila and eating 7 layer dip, please get a designated driver. Happy Cinco de Mayo!

Cinco De Mayo Party Mix ~ Ft. DJ Johnny Orbit

Cinco De Mayo Party Mix for May 2014

This weekend we are Celebrating Cinco De Mayo and we have already made a Cinco de Mayo mix last year. So this time around, we decided to reach out to DJ Johnny Orbit to put it down in the mix. Mixing everything from Classic Latin House, Buchata, Latin Club, Cubia, Salsa, Classic House, Rock N Espanol…… This a great mix and just in time for your Cinco de Mayo Celebration.

Have a great weekend and Party Responsibly.. Borrachos!!!!

Latino’s in the House, Make some Noise!!!!!!

Cinco de Mayo is probably the holiday most often celebrated that no one understands. What’s it all about? How is it celebrated? What does it mean to Mexicans? Here are the answers in a handy guide.

Literally “the Fifth of May,” Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican Holiday celebrating the Battle of Puebla, which took place on May 5, 1862. In 1861, France sent a massive army to invade Mexico, as they wanted to collect on some war debts. The French army was much larger, better trained and equipped than the Mexicans struggling to defend the road to Mexico City. It rolled through Mexico until it reached Puebla, where the Mexicans made a valiant stand, and, against all logic, won a huge victory. It was short-lived, as the French army regrouped and continued; eventually taking Mexico City, but the euphoria of an unlikely victory against overwhelming odds is remembered every May fifth.

Isn’t it Mexico’s Independence Day?:

That’s a common misconception. Mexico celebrates its independence on September 16, because it was on that day in 1810 that Father Miguel Hidalgo took to his pulpit in the village church of the town of Dolores and invited his flock to take up arms and join him in overthrowing Spanish tyranny. Independence Day is a very important holiday in Mexico and not to be confused with Cinco de Mayo.
In Puebla and in many USA cities with large Mexican populations, there are parades, dancing and festivals. Traditional Mexican food is often served or sold. Mariachi bands fill town squares, and a lot of Dos Equis and Corona beers are served. It’s a fun holiday, really more about celebrating the Mexican way of life than about remembering a battle which happened 150 years ago. It is sometimes referred to as a “Mexican St. Patrick’s Day.” In the USA, schoolchildren do units on the holiday, decorate their classrooms and try their hand at cooking some basic Mexican foods. All over the world, Mexican restaurants bring in Mariachi bands and offer specials for what’s almost certain to be a packed house.

Friday Feel Good Quick Mix ~ Cinco de Mayo Party Mix

Friday Feel Good Cinco De May Party Mix for May 2013

Here is our latest Mix for the Friday @FastLaneMag Quickie Mix. In Celebration of Cinco de Mayo, Fry Weezie decided to create a blend of Top Latin Hits from today’s Top 40 Latin Hits and some of our Old school Latin Hits. He must of been drinking a little too much of Tequila Loca @locaTequila, because he went Bananas on this Mix. Fry went from Latin House, to Latin Pop, to Cumbias, Tropical, Reggae, Nortenias, Rancheras, Tex Mex, and much more. Get your weekend started Right. Enjoy the mix.  We finished up with the Latino National anthems, El Rey, Volver Volver, and added one more for good measure, Mi Ultima Paranda. This is how we closed a night at Pepper Bar & Grill, Garden Grove & Artesia . Have a good weekend and remember to fire up that BBQ with some Carne Estrada… My mom made Tamales, hahaha… Yeah!!! Open a bottle of Tequila Loca and Party Up….

Artist: PitBull, War, Celia Cruz, Vicente Fernandez, Jose Alfredo Jimenez, The Blazers, Elvis Crespo, El General, Ramon Ayala, Texas Tornatos, Lighter Shade of Brown, and many more…

Latino’s in the House, Make Some Noise!!!!!!!!  Drink Responsibly, Borachos…

Let’s get the Party Started!!!