Letting Go is Myrna’s debut CD.  Available on itunes and CD Baby.  Recorded at the famous Congress House in Austin, TX.  10 Tracks of original Blues Rock Tunes with a Latin Flair. 

"Un Dia," was chosen by The Austin Convention and Visitor's Bureau for their 2009 Latin compilation CD.

Reoccurring Dream was chosen for CASA Bastrop's compilation CD.

Musicians on Letting Go: 

Jerry Martini - Sax (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Sly and the               Family Stone)

Tony Campise - Sax (Stan Kenton Quartet, Tony Campise Big Band)

Reese Wynans - keyboards (Double Trouble)

Glenn Fukanaga - bass (Lloyd Maines, Joe Ely, Asleep at the Wheel)

Hector Muñoz - drums (Alejandro Escovedo)

Ponty Bone - accordion, Jake Perlman - drums, Patricia Vonne - castanets, back-up vocals


“If the topic has been Latino music - and it has - then Myrna Cabello’s Letting Go comes at the right time."Her sultry vocals pepper her originals with salty blues rock ("Drunk"), spicy bilingual offerings ("Un Dia," "River"), and tasty balladry ("Answers"). … Cabello's all-star support, including Ponty Bone, Reese Wynans, and Sly & the Family Stone saxman Jerry Martini."
Margaret Moser, Austin Chronicle

“Recording with Myrna and Daniel was like in the days at the Record Plant in Sausalito California with Sly and the Family Stone. It was serious, but had a family atmosphere. The music was great, everybody was totally professional, without being stuffy, I can't wait to do the next CD. – Much love to them.”
Jerry Martini, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, Sly and the Family Stone

“It’s a beautifully done record that rocks and is full of amazing surprises! You'll want to hear it again because of where these songs take you. They twist around you when you least expect it and grab a hold of you!”
Glenn Fukanaga, Bassist, (Lloyd Maines, Joe Ely, Asleep at the Wheel)

“She is sure to be at the top of many “Best of...” lists, after this CD is released, as she has a jubilant personality and incredible talents. I really enjoyed this recording session. You be the judge."
Ponty Bone, Texas Accordion King

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