Seven-time Grammy-nominated percussionist. John Santos, is one of the foremost exponents of Afro-Latin music in the world today.
It is a Colombian popular orchestra based in the city of Barranquilla founded in 2014 by Jorge Guzmán Sánchez (Bassist and Director) and his son Angel Guzmán (Flute and Trumpet) whose music is in Charanga format.
Singer, Producer, Drummer.
Yomo Toro, master of the cuatro.
Latin Grammy saxophonist Ed Calle follows up on his award-winning Dr. Ed Calle Presents Mamblue (Mojito Records, 2015) album, with the audacious Ed Calle 360offering a dynamic selection of music presenting less of the Latin flavor and more of the contemporary side of jazz, with a touch of Nashville, fusion, Afro-Cuban as well as traditional material, tastefully performed with a decidedly boppish flair.
Hirose may have drawn his inspiration for the Latin sound.
The American guitarist John L. Holmes published in 2010 The Holmes Stretch, his solo debut.
Arabic influence in latin music.
Latin Jazz & More
Conga player and percusionist.
“Mr. Papiosco” has been very fortunate to perform with such great musicians and bands from Cuba and around the world.
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Elton is the third most successful artist in the history of the American charts.
Concentrated jazz with rumba flavor.
Tubista who has been working for big Hollywood studios and recorded for more than 1500 movies and television shows.
La música cubana ha sido materia prima.