Cuban Charanga Habanera began taking part in traditional music, such as for example cha cha cha, mambo, bolero, and guaracha, beneath the direction of José Picayo in the past due ’80s. Violinist Gerardo Aguillón (ex-Ritmo Oriental), David Calzado, and flutist Jorge Emilio Maza had been joined by vocalist Juan Carlos González in 1989. Their 1st self-employed record was known as “De la Habana a Montecarlo.” Skilled local musicians wished to participate the promising music group, soon getting Charanga Habanera’s fresh users. In 1992, the tropical clothing documented their debut record, titled Like Fever (Me Sube La Fiebre), offering efforts from Juan Manuel Arranz and Un Medico de la Salsa. After registering to Magic Music, Hey You Loca! premiered in 1994. Pa’ Que Se Entere la Habana implemented in 1996. However, and even while young musicians joined up with directly into support a modern musical path, 1997’s Tremendo Delirio proclaimed the finish of their initial era. A calendar year later, vocalist Mario Jiménez set up Charanga permanently, while Danny Lozada proceeded to go single founding Timba Cubana. On the other hand, David Calzado made a decision to keep carefully the group’s primary name.