Short history of the Danzon in Cuba due to the Havana Danzon Festival, 2017. Features and exponents of this dance from XIX century in Cuba.
Interview to the outstanding Cuban bolero singer Orestes Macías, the voice of Rumbavana and a lover of the bolero and the romantic song.
Barbarito Diez with his calm ways and his golden voice, it was the singer that made a big hit one of the Cuban rhythms more emblematic.
Migdalia Hechevarría, Cuban singer of a wide tuning fork, star of a many Havana nights and fond of feeling and the romantic song.
The Cuban fifties was signed by a high number of radio hits, contagious rhythms, and marvelous bands.
Irakere, Grammy awarded band with the great Cuban musician Chucho Valdes as director was a milestone in Latin Jazz
The fifties in Cuba was an splendid time for romantic music, along with relevant voices such as Celia Cruz, Benny Moré and Olga Guillot. Here you are some of this hits.
Bebo and Chucho Valdés are two awesome examples of XX Century Cuban musicians, although sometimes the way was not so easy…
Cha-cha was one of the most famous Cuban rhythms created by the talented composer Enrique Jorrín in the forties, in the fifties, the world danced with it.
Juan Formell´s songs are like a pleasant testimony about how Cuba was during some decades