Septeto Santiaguero con Jose Alberto ‘el Canario’ “Tributo a Los Compadres”

“Hay un runrún…” is the first single from the album “No Quiero Llanto – Tributo a Los Compadres.” This recording which will be celebrating 20 years of career for Septeto Santiaguero and 40 years for José Alberto El Canario, will be released world-wide on Tuesday May 12, 2015

Participating in this incredible collaboration will be Oscar D’León, Eliades Ochoa, Andy Montañez, Aymee Nuviola, Ismael Miranda, Tiburón Morales y Edwin Bonilla, among others.

The music video, which was directed by prominent Swedish film-maker Michael Miglis was shot entirely in Santiago de Cuba.  Participating together for the first time in a video are the most outstanding dancers of salsa and casino from Santiago. Among them are the laureates Casino All Star and Sabor de Calle (former Casino.com) from world champion Yanek Revilla.  In addition the video will include a version for the dancers that will premiere on May 12 along with the album release.

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Don’t forget! Tuesday May 12, 2015 “No Quiero Llanto – Tributo a Los Compadres.”  the complete album will be on sale world-wide. This musical production promises to not just be a great tribute to “Los Compadres,” Cuban musical legends, but it will also be an epic coming together of some of the most magnificent voices in the world of Tropical music.

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About Septeto Santiaguero: 

“Septeto Santiaguero hails from one of Cuba’s most vibrant musical towns, Santiago de Cuba. The birthplace of such legendary artists as Compay Segundo and Maria Ochoa, it is also famous for its “septuagenarians,” a seven member ensemble that specialize in traditional Cuban son, guaguanco, bolero, guajira and guaracha music. At one point considered old fashioned by younger generations, in the 1990s Septeto Santiaguero were among the first to revive the country’s musical folk roots with their renditions of songs by legends such as Benny More and Los Compadres.” — Courtesy Calabash Music

 visit the website   www.septetosantiaguero.net

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