Cuba’s Haydee Milanes

In her short but fruitful career, Haydee Milanes has shared songs and stages with such Cuban musicians as Hernan Lopez Nussa, Tata Güines, Pancho Terry, Roberto Carcasses, Pablo Milanes, Omara Portuondo and David Blanco, among many others.

Cuba Mirrored by “Habana Abierta”

The band is still the voice of a generation, half in Cuba and half outside of the island because of the exodus caused by the country’s economic and political situation. Each one of their members has a very particular style, very different but at the same time complementing each other. When recording their CDs, they choose each member’s best songs and they form a musical mixture that is nothing less than pure energy and Cuban talent.

Frank Delgado, Sometimes Pressured, Sometimes Tolerated

This Cuban singer-songwriter, a native of the country town of Mines de Matahambre in Pinar del Rio province, belongs to the Nueva Trova movement. Among his followers are several generations of Cubans, not only for his songs that are pleasing to the ear, but for his intelligent compositions and because he is — as he says — a “committed singer.”