The Billboard Latin Music Conference & Awards is the most important Latin Music Conference in the World. The BLMC allows one to schedule multiple meetings with people from around the world in a very short amount of time.

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Giras: Pupy y Los Que Son Son
Giras: Buena Fe
Giras: Havana D'Primera
Grupos: Havana D' Primer... : Letra - Lyrics
Grupos: Havana D' Primer... : Letra - Amor a la roc...
Resenas: I Feel Good (Independent) - Rel...
Grupos: Havana D' Primer... : Letra - Donde estemos...
Grupos: Havana D' Primer... : Letra - La celosa
Grupos: Havana D' Primer... : Discography
Grupos: Havana D' Primer... : Letra - El paso de la...
Grupos: Havana D' Primer... : Letra - Se te olvidó...
Grupos: Havana D' Primer... : Letra - Plato de segu...
Grupos: Havana D' Primer... : Letra - Me dicen Cuba...
Grupos: Havana D' Primer... : Letra - Me dicen Cuba...
Giras: Charanga Habanera

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The Billboard Latin Music Conference & Awards is the most important Latin Music Conference in the World. The BLMC allows one to schedule multiple meetings with people from around the world in a very short amount of time.

La Charanga Habanera

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David Calzado and Charanga Habanera have been on the cutting edge of Timba since they played a seminal role in defining the genre in 1992. The original Charanga Habanera recorded four indispensible classic albums before a whirlwind of personnel changes beginning in 1997 split them into three separate groups: Charanga Forever, Dany Lozada y su Timba Cubana, and David Calzado's new Charanga Habanera. This group of pages lays the foundation for all three groups and then follows the career of David Calzado and the band known today as Charanga Habanera. Each of the other groups has its own section of timba.com and we hope to soon add pages for the current groups of other ex-members of the original Charanga Habanera.

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Kevin Moore - miércoles, 23 marzo 2011, 03:31 am