It’s well known the song of Miguel Matamaros, De donde son los cantantes?
Where are the singers from? Singed for many salseros, mainly Oscar D´León,
As the songs says, the singers, I means the salseros are from the mountains, Santiago of Cuba, but as the song says too they sings on the city. From Santiago of Cuba are Miguel Matamaros, compay Segundo, Pacho Alonso, Eliades Ochoa and many others, that for problems of Promotion there are no well known, if you have the chance to visit Santiago, you have to go to the casa de Trova, where performs very good musicians and good dancers, at the cespedes park some groups are playing music and its easy to see people dancing at any time of the day, that’s why I say music salasa is on the air.
Santiago de cuba salsa ofrece clases de salsa, con autentico estilo cubano, también incluyen rumba, son y bailes afrocubanos. Santiago de cuba salsa desde la ciudad donde nació el son, Santiago de cuba, te brinda la oportunidad de bailar y aprender con bailadores muy profesionales.
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