Noel Nicola was a pioneer from the nueva trova motion that dominated Cuban music through the past due ’60s. Born Oct 7, 1946, in Havana, Nicola was the merchandise of a family group of professional music artists, and was playing electric guitar and composing his own tracks by 13. He produced his professional debut in 1968 alongside Silvio Rodríguez and Pablo Milanés, with them spearheaded the rise of trova, an enormously well-known and influential type of modern protest music rooted within the troubadour ballads of Cuba’s combat for self-reliance. In 1969, Nicola became a member of the Instituto Cubano del Arte e Industria Cinematográficos’ Grupo de Experimentación Sonora (Audio Experimentation Group), workshopping under Cuban music experts Leo Brouwer, Juan Unósegui, and Federico Smith. 3 years afterwards, he was called the first leader from the Movimiento de la Nueva Trova. With 1977’s Comienzio el Dia, Nicola released a recording profession that could swell to add close to twelve LPs and over 350 tracks, included in this the strikes “Por la Vida Juntos,” “Em fun??o de una Imaginaria Maria del Carmen,” “Boy Oscuro,” and “Ha sido Mas, Te Perdono.” He also taken care of a thorough touring schedule, executing in a lot more than 30 countries in Europe, Africa, and North and SOUTH USA. Nicola passed away of tumor on August 7, 2005, at age 58.