“It’s pretty amazing to be a part of a band that can also make their own music videos and films. I don’t know many other bands out there who can rely on each other’s skill sets in so many different creative outlets,” says Marisilda Garcia, Sorry, Nelson’s vocalist.  While it’s usually one or the other in most Hollywood circles, combining film and music is a staple in the Sorry, Nelson family.

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Since coming together in 2008, Sorry, Nelson has garnered awards in film and music. Their short, El Taxista, written, directed by and starring bassist, Luis Robledo, is the theme for their song and music video Black Widow. El Taxista’s popularity around the globe earned Luis Robledo and his production company several awards, including two awards at INDIE FEST 2008 in Anaheim for Best Short Film and Best Band.

Wanting to pick up steam as a group, after reaching the semi-finals on Tengo Talento, Mucho Talento (the Spanish version of America’s Got Talent) in 2010, Sorry, Nelson decided to produce their own music video. Black Widow was the perfect fit because it was featured in Luis’ first film. With help from their friends at True Vision Entertainment, Sorry, Nelson went into production and their first music video was born.

What audiences can expect to see at On the Rox on January 22nd is a combination of musical, creative and cinematic determination.  One band. Six players….yet all skilled in crossing over media boundaries to bring an evening of music, film and expression.

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