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Kenny López and Havana Connection play traditional and contemporary Cuban music. The show is always fun, especially for those who love to dance Cuban Salsa, Son , Bolero and Cha Cha Cha.

López has recorded two albums in Havana Cuba where he spends much of his time playing and recording with Cuban musicians. Kenny López sings, writes songs in Spanish and plays the tres cubano, (a three stringed guitar used in traditional cuban dance music). He is the director of the band Odisea La Banda from Cuba and Havana Connection from Australia.

In 1997 he recorded Animo, his first album in Cuba with Sierra Maestra, Cuba's famous exponents of Son whose director Juan de Marcos formed Buena Vista Social Club. In 2001 he recorded his second album Odisea in Cuba with Odisea La Banda, a band of Cuban musicians with whom he plays live in Cuba.

Kenny López and Havana Connection also features female Cuban singer Ayme Colás from Havana. Ayme sings duo and backing vocals with Kenny López and plays maracas, an essential instrument in the polyrythmic structure of this music. She also sings lead vocals on a number of Cuban classics with original arrangements and leads the choreography with singer Claudia Osegueda, who sings and plays the guiro. Ayme will be joined on stage by her young daughter Daily, a special treat for kids,who demonstrates how girls can move in Cuba.

Band Members: Aymé Colás, vocals, maracas (Cuba) Claudia Osegueda, guiro ,vocals (El Salvador) Felipe Cornejo congas (Chile) Daily Colás, bailarina (Cuba) Leo Salvo, bongos, vocals (Uruguay) Conrad Henderson, bass (India) Tristan Ludowyk, trumpet (Australia) Kenny López, vocals, tres Cubano, guitar

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