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‘Kellypalooza’ music festival bringing Cuban rock to Ohatchee

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Sweet Lizzy Project, shown in this publicity pose, will perform Saturday at an all-day music and camping festival at an Ohatchee farm.

It took about four years for the band Sweet Lizzy Project to record “Technicolor,” only for the album to be released less than a month before the global COVID-19 pandemic became a problem in America. 

But the members of the Cuban rock band, who transplanted to America a little over two years ago, have managed to find a little slice of internet to promote their first studio-produced album, through a long-running series of live-streamed shows on YouTube.