If you need entertainment for your paella dinner event or party, there are top quality artists we can recommend for booking. This is a service Tapas and Paellas offers as a complimentary free referral, we are not involved, claim or assume any responsibility for any booking made by the client and the musician.

 LÜBECK  Mike Lubeck is a Vero Beach based musician who performs all over the state of Florida. His repertoire is varied and can accomodate most demands. Booking fees are $600 for a four hour set.

 Don Soledad - Inspired by the guitar of flamenco legend Paco de Lucia, Don Soledad cultivated his sophisticated, soulful sounds in Northern California, beginning with his early guitar studies with great Spanish flamenco maestros - Mariano de Cordoba and Agustin Rios, nephew of legendary guitarist Diego del Gastor.

Don's studies continued in the Southern region of Spain - Andalucia in the city of Jerez de la Frontera - with guitarist Juan Diego Mateos. Soon thereafter, Don was performing shows in San Francisco and the Sonoma and Napa Valley wineries.

As a performer and recording artist, Don has worked with talents in a variety of genres including rock singer Eric Martin (Mr. Big), Jazz bassist Kai Eckhardt (John McLaughlin and Garage Mahal), and opening for the late jazz guitar legend Larry Coryell. As a composer, Don has recorded two original albums, "Camino de Seda" in 2006 and "Soluna" in 2013. He also recorded a solo Christmas album, "December Lullaby" in 2015.

Upon departing the West Coast, Don has been a mainstay in Florida and other US states performing with his band "The Don Soledad Group," who won 1st place in Orlando's FusionFest 2020 for "Best Musician" category. Don Soledad can be booked for $600 for a four hour solo set or $1100 as a musician-dancer duo with Laura Pirela

 Laura Pirela - Venezuelan architect, dancer and choreographer with flamenco training and dance studies in Spain Academies (Amor De Dios), Jerez de la Frontera, and in Venezuela by hands of great figures such as: María Magdalena, La China, Domingo Ortega, Timo Lozano, María Juncal, Miguel Cañas, Alfonso Loza, Inmaculada Ortega, María del Mar Moreno, Matilde Coral, Javier Latorre, La Truco, Carmen la Talegona, Carmen Garza, La Lupi, Pilar Ogalla and Concha Jareño, Adela Campallo, Patrícia Ibáñez and Belen Maya.