b. Pascasio Alonso, 22 August 1928, Santiago, Cuba, d. 27 August 1982, Havana, Cuba. Given birth to into a huge and poor family members, Alonso had taken to music from an extremely early age group and quickly became observed for his performing. His dad was a professional photographer and his mom performed piano. From 1945, although learning to be always a instructor, he was heard on radio, chiefly on Santiago’s CMKW but additionally briefly from Havana, performing with bands such as for example Pancho Portuondo and Chepín-Chovén. In the beginning of the 50s, Alonso sang with Mariano Mercerón’s orchestra, as do Fernando Alvarez and Beny Moré. Shortly, Alonso produced his own music group, in Havana, and he rapidly became among the city’s most widely used musicians. He started recording within the middle-50s and in being successful many years of the 10 years appeared on tv. By the beginning of the 60s, Alonso was a greatly popular recording superstar. He continuing to business lead his band with the 60s, playing night clubs, concerts and celebrations throughout Cuba. In these years, a lot of Alonso’s music were constructed by Enrique Bonne. Within the 70s, Alonso’s popularity pass on internationally owing not merely to his information but additionally through travels he designed to many countries in SOUTH USA and to European countries. In the first 70s, his kid Pachito Alonso (b. Longino Rey Alonso Castillo, 1952), became a member of the music group. Among music artists with whom Alonso proved helpful and sometimes documented are Faustino Oramas, Ibrahim Ferrer and Carlos Querol. In the past due 70s, Pachito Alonso became the music group’s musical movie director and on the loss of life of his dad took over command. Renamed Pachito Alonso Y Sus Kini Kini, the music group stayed successful through in to the early 00s. Alonso’s grandsons, Christian and Rey, are both associates of this music group.