One Time More
A band from the San Francisco Mission with soulful, latin, blues folk sound.
One Time More is an eclectic fusion of musical styles out of the Latino diaspora in San Francisco. Its members are all seasoned performers and musicians who have been performing, recording and playing together and on different projects for over 2 decades.
The members of One Time More come from varied backgrounds and styles; from the SF underground rock scene of the eighties and and 90's to more illustrious backgrounds in the latin and funk genres, their acoustic-electric mix is rooted and steeped in the traditions of the old school San Francisco music scene. A reunion of sorts, former members of local band Sangano (SF) and they are native to SF and the bay area.
Together again, the One Time More players create a unique sound and experience blending latin rhythms, acoustic and electric instruments into a fusion of latin powered folk/rock and soul music. Dynamic and powerful, the songs of One Time More capture attention and involve the listener with a raw intensity and an honest and passionate delivery. This talented Latin Blues, Rock and Soul Band is comfortable playing small acoustic venues (cafes) to larger stage/club gigs or private events.
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The One Time More Players
Lead Vocals. Guitar.
David Padilla's powerful voice fronts this unique San Francisco based ensemble. With his soulful approach and penetrating lyrics take the listener through a landscape of emotions" (Ed Mears). As principle writer and arranger of the songs, David draws on influences from acoustic music of people like Richie Havens and Jose Feliciano, to Latin music of Hector Lavoe and Fania, to Rock and Blues players such as Led Zeppelin and Johnny Lee Hooker.
Quique provides the driving rhythms and flowing dynamics, from his hard hitting emotionally driven solos, to the whispers of his ambient groves. He has been referred to as the Ray Barretto of San Francisco, and is heavily influenced by the 70's Salsa, Latin Jazz, and funk scenes. Enrique's Afro/Latin chops have landed him on the same stage as Santana, Maceo Parker, Pedro Martinez, and Cachao. He has toured Nationally and internationally playing The Montreal Jazz Festival.
Gabriel's virtuosity, energy and tasteful guitar styling is the top seasoning for the band's sound. Gabe's solos encompass the full spectrum, from mesmerizing to shredding and take this down home band to the next level. He brings refined skills from years of professional experience to this band. He is accomplished in various styles from Rock to Pop, to Latin, soul and Funk. Formerly of with Machine Shop, Los Mocosos, and Sangano, Gabriel has shared the stage with the likes of Los Lobos, Cubanismo, Funkadelic & Santana.
DAVID "POPS" PARKER
Guitar. Nylon strings.
David “Pops” Parker contributes years of experience to the song writing and arranging. His energized flamenco-esque strumming style, organic leads and powerful rhythms with a rock flare on classical acoustic guitar create a unique style that, together with the percussion, forges the backbone of this dynamic, electric-acoustic sound. A founding member of Sangano (SF), Uno Mas, and he has also accompanied Halau.
Marvin grew up with music, started playing music when he was 12 years old, entertaining family during gatherings.. He met fellow Band Member, Quique in the 4th grade who was in a 5 piece band with his Family and was influenced to play. Marvin went on to play Funk, Rock, Salsa, Latin Jazz, Punk, R&B, Soul and more playing with The Sweet Ps, and Sangano previously.
The son of Marvin, Adrian started playing at age of 8, he is a percussionist who plays timbales, bongos, congas, cajon, and is also learning how to play other African and Japanese instruments. He’s currently 14 years old and attends School of The Arts in San Francisco. Adrian enjoys playing Funk, Soul, Salsa, Latin Jazz, Samba, Rock, Reggae and other genres of music. He’s been playing with OTM for four years.