William Vivanco (born October 6, 1975, in Santiago, Cuba) is a composer and musician. Vivanco learned to play guitar by frequenting Casa de la Trova on Calle Heredia in Santiago, "stealing chords". He busked in the streets, and also performed with a professional children's choir. He trained his voice, learning the techniques that would enable him to develop his distinctively percussive vocal style. He also played day-long romerias and at the Festival of Singers of the Americas in Guantánamo.
Vivanco first came to Havana when he was 23 years old. The Bis Music label at the Santa Clara song festival spotted him and offered him the possibility to make his first solo album in 2002 called Lo Tengo To' Pensa'o, a mix of Brazilian music, pop and reggae. His song and the accompanying video clip "Cimarrón" became popular. "Cimarrón" (literally, "one who lives on mountaintops") refers to African slaves who ran away from their Spanish masters.
In 2006, VivancoЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Lo tengo to pensao [2002, альбом]