• Los 3 de La Habana - Hablame de Jatibonico

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    Los 3 de La Habana performing live at this past New Year’s Eve 2015 celebration at the Deauville Beach Resort in Miami Beach.

    Los 3 de La Habana, led by German Pinelli, Ana Paez and Ari Pinelli, are from Cuba and have lived in Miami since 2007. The group began in 1993, originally performing as a vocal harmony trio. In 2000 the group transformed itself into a nine member band that included piano, keyboards, bass, bongo, conga, drums, and a brass section.

    The founding members of 3 de La Habana have always done everything as a family, so when it came to the biggest decision of their lives, leaving Cuba, the trio decided to defect together too. Along with three other members of their band, Germán Pinelli, his wife Ana María Paez and his brother Ari Pinelli, all came to this country seeking asylum, fleeing what they considered a restrictive and repressive system. Now living in Miami, they are taking on the challenge that has eluded many other exiled Cuban artists – rebuilding their lives and careers in a free but unfamiliar country.

    To date Los 3 de La Habana have recorded five albums that produced several hit songs, No te pases de la Raya, La Perdida and Luchando, just to name a few. Los 3 de La Havana have performed in several countries including, Spain, Italy, Greece, England, Australia and Canada. The group has recently toured the U.S. visiting 29 cities in 35 days including, New York, Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco.

    HavanaNewYork.com salutes these talented and brave musicians; their creativity, energy and perseverance is remarkable and to be admired.

    To learn more about Los 3 De La Habana, go to: http://www.los3delahabana.com

    You can also visit them on Facebook at: http://www.los3delahabana.com

    To listen to and/or purchase Los 3 De La Habana's album "Transfer" go to:
    Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/gp/pr...
    iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/al...

    Also visit http://www.HavanaNewYork.com your guide to Cuban music & more…

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