American R&B is usually fused using the musical traditions of Cuba by pianist Juan Carlos Alfonso. The previous arranger for Orquestra Revea, Alfonso offers continuing to explore a modern method of Latin music along with his personal music group, Dan Den, since 1988. Alfonso was created in Bejucal, a little city south of Havana, and began monitoring piano at age seven or eight. In the beginning drawn to American pop music and rock and roll rings including Deep Crimson and Led Zeppelin, Alfonso became progressively absorbed by the original music of his homeland. After their studies at the Alejandro Garcia Caturla Music College, Alfonso became a member of Conjunto Colonial at this seventeen. He later on played with several bands handled by Beny Even more Businesses. Dan Den’s debut recording, “Siempre Hay El Ojo Que Te Va”, released in 1990, included the synth-heavy strike, “No Me Carezcas”. The music group required a funkier strategy with their following albums, “Rollo Que Pelicula” in 1991 and and ” “Dale Al Que No Te Dio”, in 1993. The group’s third recording, “Salsa En Atar”, released in 1998, presented more metropolitan, horn-driven, jazz-inspired, dance music.