For over 25 years, Jack Costanzo and Gerrie Woo entertained around the world with their unique and dynamic style of a mixture of Latin music, R&B, jazz, rock and classic ballads. We are please to feature a few songs from their albums.

MP3 Playlist

Songs on YouTube

“Hey Boy”
From the CD Latin Percussion with Soul

Cover Art and Reviews

Latin Percussion with Soul

“An obscure album from Jack ‘Mr Bongo’ Constanzo – his only entry into the Latin Soul genre, and a really nice batch of grooves! Jacko’s working here with singer Gerry Woo giving the set a nice pop-styled Latin groove that reminds us a lot of some of the more unusual indie Latin albums of the time. The set’s filled with loads of great numbers – including Hector Rivera compositions Recuerdos, Que Vengo Acabando, Don’t Squeeze The Peaches, and Mambo Jack – plus covers of Jive Samba, Words, and Green Onions. ” (1968)

Jack Costanzo and his Afro Cuban Band

“Afro Cuban compiles some of Jack Costanzo’s best tracks, showcasing Costanzo’s powerful bongos and Eddie Cano’s piano.” – Steve Huey

Personnel: Jack Costanzo (vocals); Kaskara, Gerry Woo, Marda Saxon (vocals); Neil Norman (guitar); Eddie Cano (piano); Harry Belafonte, Miriam Makeba (chimes).

Viva Tirado – Jack Costanzo featuring Gerri Woo (1971)

“A reliable asset on any LP, Mr. Bongo’s own LP with former Playboy Bunny Gerrie Woo, is his fantastic, funky, rare-groove holy grail.”