Though born in Germany, Ottmar Liebert has risen to fame on the cultural products of European neighbor Spain with his contemporary interpretations of flamenco music. The five-time Grammy winner has 38 gold and platinum certifications in the United States since his 1990 debut album “Nuevo Flamenco” went double-platinum in America.
Fittingly, Mobile’s nuevo flamenco sibling combo Roman Street will be on hand to salute this international star, joined on stage by another pair of brothers, bassist JoJo Morris and drummer Bryan Morris. Narration will be provided by Dennis Gould.
Entrance is $12, $8 for MOJO members with student and military rates available. The fee includes a light jambalaya dinner and a cash bar is available.
What: MOJO Jambalaya, for Ottmar Liebert
Where: Gulf City Lodge (601 State St.)
When: March 24, 6:30 p.m.