Led by the incredibly talented and equally eclectic Blanquito Man, King Chango had the crowd jumping, screaming, and singing along to classics like “Sin Ti” and “Latin Ska.”It was obvious that the band missed being on stage and that their heart and soul was being poured into their performance. Their high, positive energy and big smiles was contagious. Before you knew it, the audience was jumping on stage with them to dance alongside and keep the vibe up.The band gave their fans everything they had, playing all their old hits, and introducing the new ones that will be featured on their upcoming 2010 album release. The tunes weren’t the only newbies that night, though. King Chango introduced its new members and special guests, Kamil Zelaa - from Venezuela – trumpet, Efrain Jurado Olivares - Salvadoreño NYC - keyboard #2, and Candice Cannabis a.k.a. Blonde Phantom - Special Guest - NYC – vocals. And let’s not forget Blanquito Man’s new look, sans-dreads!!The night ended with an encore set featuring the ever-popular “Imigrante” and a remix of “Sin Ti.”It was a great night, with great music, and a warm feeling that life is good…again. Welcome back, King Chango!!!