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Luis Frank Y Su Tradicional Habana

Luis Frank Y Su Tradicional Habana

Luis Frank Y Su Tradicional Habana


Luis Frank is a master of Son Cubano. He has mastered the emotional Cuban music like no other. Luis Frank has long been at all worldwide concerts at the "big" Compay Segundo page (Buena Vista Social Club). He steered two years the lead vocal to the Afro-Cuban All Stars and Juan de Marcos González (the musical director of the Buena Vista Social Club). A highlight of his career was 2004, the participation in the presented by Wim Wenders film "Musica Cubana" , and the accompanying soundtrack. Read more on Last.fm
Luis Frank is a master of Son Cubano. He has mastered the emotional Cuban music like no other. Luis Frank has long been at all worldwide concerts at the "big" Compay Segundo page (Buena Vista Social Club). He steered two years the lead vocal to the Afro-Cuban All Stars and Juan de Marcos González (the musical director of the Buena Vista Social Club).

A highlight of his career was 2004, the participation in the presented by Wim Wenders film "Musica Cubana" , and the accompanying soundtrack. Luis Frank has been the big boom of the Cuban son one of the great names of the second generation, the musical heritage across the borders Cubas still allowed to survive. As a result of the newly experienced Cubafeelings the fantastic singer Luis Frank celebrated in Europe grandiose success with his band "Soneros De Verdad". Over 300,000 sold albums of this band are of a great musical career Read more on Last.fm.

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