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Jay Lozada

Puerto Rican Jay Lozada, sibling of popular rap performer Vico C (blessed Luis Armando Lozada), was influenced by prominent regional salsa singers at an extremely early age. After taking part in different rings, such as for example la Mezcla and Tercera Generación, Jay Lozada registered to Universal, producing his self-titled …

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Ley Alejandro

Cuban-born Ley Alejandro made a decision to pursue a singing career in 1990, even though he achieved an British teaching degree from Havana’s José Martí College. After taking part in a Cuban threesome, he became a member of exotic group NG la Banda, requesting politics asylum while touring the U.S. …

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Mariano Mercerón

b. 19 Apr 1905, Santiago, Cuba, d. 26 Dec, 1976, Mexico Town, Mexico. Mercerón analyzed music as a guy and in the first 30s led a dance music group at resorts and night clubs. Playing tenor saxophone and clarinet, his repertoire included regional variants on jazz forms which were trickling …

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José Peña Suazo

Dominican trumpet participant, composer, and arranger José Peña got mixed up in local tropical picture after going to music classes, joining Cuco Valoy’s orchestra, and composing “Un Millonario” and “Desilusión,” among various other music. In 1989, José Peña led a music group known as la Artillería, shortly taking part in …

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Jorge Luis

Vocalist/songwriter Jorge Luis was created in NY from Puerto Rican parents. He had taken the first rung on the ladder to pursue a performing career while taking part in the Harlem Children Choir. After getting captivated by Latin rhythms, specifically Salsa, Jorge Luis began composing and organizing his very own …

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Los Van Van

Los Vehicle Vehicle are probably one of the most essential and influential rings in the annals of 20th hundred years Cuban pop music. Although 1990s had been pervaded by organizations that combined folkloric and traditional music using the musical tendencies of your day, and the start of the 21st hundred …

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Jose Mangual

Percussionist Jose Mangual offers lent his abilities to varied recordings over time, many of which were for some of the very most renowned jazz saving artists ever — Count number Basie, Mls Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Tito Puente. Delivered in Juana Dias, Puerto Rico, sometime in 1924, Mangual perfected …

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Javier Solís

Given birth to Gabriel Siria Levario, Javier Solis became referred to as probably one of the most recognized Mariachi single performers in Mexico. Via humble origins, at a age group Solis needed to drop out of college to greatly help support his family members. He educated as an amateur boxer …

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Los Yaguaru de Angel Venegas

After playing for nearly 2 decades under a different name, this tropical and primarily Cumbia-oriented outfit produced their international debut in 1997 using the release of Lo Bueno Lo Traigo Yo, adopting the name of Los Yaguaru, predicated on a Paraguayan aboriginal term which means otter. Their discovery came throughout …

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Wichy Camacho

Known for his crystal-clear singing, Wichy Camacho is among the most in-demand program vocalists in Puerto Rico. His resumé contains recordings with a lot of Puerto Rico’s best performers, including Omar Alfanno, Johnny Caban, Ricardo Arjona, Celenia, Juan Carlos Coronel, Charlie Cruz, Carlos David, Descarga Boricua, Grupo Macambila, Freddy Gutierrez, …

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