Herman Olivera is a salsa singer from Newark, New Jersey. Born to Puerto Rican parents, he began his career in New York City where he earned his reputation as a “sonero,” that is, an expert in the demanding art of lyric extemporization. In a genre overrun by pop-oriented singers, Herman’s musicality and mastery in this regard garnered him the sobriquet of “El Sonero del Siglo XXI” (“Sonero of the 21st Century”). Today Herman counts among the most in-demand and hardworking salsa singers around. His voice literally permeates the sound of hard-hitting salsa from the 1980s to the present—with album credits with the likes of Tito Puente and Eddie Palmieri, among many others—where he has contributed to the continued vitality and development of the sonero tradition.
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True to their name, this high-energy salsa big band, led by Sean
Bellaviti and Luis Orbegoso, delivers the very best of Lula Lounge,
Toronto's premier world music venue.
Influenced by traditional Cuban son, contemporary timba, tropical dance movements from Colombia and Venezuela as well as beloved, classic Fania recordings, Lula All Stars delivers the very best of the exploding Toronto salsa scene that finds a home at the city’s premiere world music venue, Lula Lounge.
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