Complete your Willy Chirino collection. South Beach (LP, Album). South Beach (CD, Album).
Willy Chirino, born April 5, 1947 in Consolación del Sur, Pinar del Río, Cuba, is an entertainer and singer in the salsa style.
Willy Chirino (born April 5, 1947 in Consolación del Sur, Pinar del Río, Cuba) is a Cuban-American musician. After the triumph of the Cuban Revolution in 1950s, many Cubans fled to the United States. Some thought it was a temporary measure and hoped to return soon afterwards, but when it became apparent that the revolution was going to continue, more Cubans left the island
2. Yo No Quiero Piedras En Mi Camino. 3. Ya Lo Dijo Campoamor. 4. Guayabitas del Pinar. 6. Por El Amor de Una Mujer. 8. El Que la Hace la Paga.
Un Tipo Tipico Y Sus Exitos. I Am Chirino, Mis Canciones - My Songs. 14 tracks · 12 May 2013.
Chirino began his artistic career in Miami, releasing his first album in 1974. Since then, he has recorded over 20 albums, several of which have attained platinum and gold status. In 2006, his album Son del Alma, won a Grammy for Best Salsa/Merengue Album. As founder of the Willy Chirino Foundation, his philanthropic efforts have been recognized by UNICEF and the Department of State. He celebrated his 35th anniversary in music with his latest released album Willy Chirino Live-35th Anniversary ( Willy Chirino En Vivo-35 Aniversario ), a CD/DVD combo of the concert . 1994: Oro Salsero: 20 Éxitos.
Afrodisiac, album by Rastine, 1992. Afro-Disiac, album by Willy Chirino, 2001. Afrodisiac", a 1995 song by Powder. Afrodisiac" (song), a 2004 song by Brandy. Little Havana is noted as a center of social, cultural, and political activity in Miami. Its festivals, including the Calle Ocho Festival, Viernes Culturales/Cultural Fridays, the Three Kings Parade and others, have been televised to millions of people every year on different continents.
Saturday 15 June 2019, 20:00. Willy Chirino with special guest Aymeé Nuviola. with Willy Chirino, Aymee Nuviola. Venue Miami Beach, United States, The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater.
Yo No Quiero Piedras en Mi Camino
feat: Nestor Torres
Ya Lo Dijo Campoamor
Willy Chirino / Marisela Verena
feat: Alvarez Guedes
Guayabitas del Pinar
feat: Nestor Torres
Un Dia de Abril
feat: Arturo Sandoval
Por el Amor de Una Mujer
El Que la Hace la Paga
Ilan Chester / Willy Chirino
feat: Ilan Chester
feat: Albita Rodriguez
Memorandum Para un Tirano
Enrique Bonne - Composer Ed Calle - Saxophone Ilan Chester - Composer, Performer, Piano, Primary Artist, Synthesizer Angie Chirino - Vocals (Background) Willy Chirino - Arranger, Composer, Director, Guiro, Guitar, Percussion, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals, Vocals (Background) Tony Concepcion - Trumpet John DiPuccio - Strings Rafael Elvira - Strings Cándido Fabré - Composer Tany Gil - Percussion Armando "Grande" Gonzalez - Laud, Tres Alvarez Guedes - Performer, Primary Artist John Haag - Engineer Carlos Infante - Arranger, Piano Eddie Martinez - Strings Jerry Miller - Strings Jorge Orbon - Strings Donato Póveda - Composer Rick Raymond - Assistant Engineer Albita Rodriguez - Guitar, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals Steve Roitstein - Arranger, Programming Arturo Sandoval - Performer, Primary Artist, Trumpet Wiso Santiago - Percussion Dana Teboe - Trombone Rene Toledo - Guitar, Vocals (Background) Nestor Torres - Flute, Performer, Primary Artist Marisela Verena - Composer