is a website for the band Mambo Sauce, which includes music, discography, and contact information. Mambo Sauce is an American go-go band from Washington, D.C.. The band’s name comes from a popular condiment found in D.C. Chinese take-out restaurants.

Mambo Sauce’s live performances typically begin with melodic chords by Christian “Chris” Wright, the band’s Grammy-nominated musical director and keyboardist. The band’s drummer, Patricia “Twink” Little, is known as the band’s heartbeat.

Mambo Sauce’s songs “Miracles” and “Welcome to D.C.” first appeared on the air in 2007 on WPGC-FM radio in Washington, D.C.. Their debut album, The Recipe, was released in 2009. 

Mambo Sauce
the Electric-red Mystery Concoction That Is A Staple Comfort And Must-have Of Washington, Dc, Has Found Itself A Namesake, And A Sound. Mambo Sauce (the Band) Brings To Life A Tapestry Of Unparallel Musicianship. Although Their Sound Is Often Described As Mystical, It Is Undisputed By Their Vast Array Of Loyal Fans That This Coveted Band Looks, Feels And Sounds Like Pure, Unadulterated Music. Mambo Sauce Delivers A Fresh Fusion Of Old-soul (think Marvin Gaye), New School Hip-hop, Cross-bred With Rock And The Deep And Thick Percussions Of Go-go, The Indigenous Sound Of Dc.



  • Alfred “Black Boo” Duncan – lead vocals
  • Joi “J.C.” Carter – lead vocals
  • Patricia “Twink” Little – drums
  • Jermaine “Lil Pep” Cole – percussion
  • Khari Pratt – bass
  • Christian “Lil’ Chris” Wright – keyboard