Born in Pinar Del Rio, Cuba, Josiel Perez comes from a musical family, beginning with his grandfather who is a refined flautist, to his uncle, Andres Perez, who is considered one of Cuba’s best baritone saxophonists.
“An Afternoon in Old Havana” was a perfect combination of son montuno and latin jazz. Ariel Cacheiro Lopez played the Tres instrument which is a guitar-like three-course chordophone of Cuban origin. Also, on the guitar and lead vocal was Yunier Moya Toca, and Luis Gustavo Grandales on Cuban percussion.
On the evening; Josiel Perez - trumpet, Yunier Moya Toca - guitar / vocals, Ariel Cacheiro Lopez - tres, Luis Gustavo Grandales - percussion, and special guest Irene Rhodes - vocals.
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