María Zardoya

lead singer of The Marías

María Zardoya on KCRW

The Marías use jazz, indie-pop and reggaeton to create a dreamy soundscape, with lyrics in both English and Spanish. The band was formed in LA by María Zardoya and Josh Conway.

The Marías wanted to make music for movies. Now they’re nominated for a Grammy

The Marías use jazz, indie-pop and reggaeton to create a dreamy soundscape, with lyrics in both English and Spanish. The band was formed in LA by María Zardoya and Josh Conway.

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