They still perform today, based in Havana.
A memorable and joyful experience.
According to Fernández Díaz, he used the song to talk about current events in Cuba, changing the lyrics to talk about different situations and issues.
By 7:35 we still hadn't gotten sandwiches, for crying out loud.
José Martí is an iconic artist whose work immortalizes the struggle for Cuban independence which explains why the song based on his poems is considered the unofficial anthem of Cuba.
Then she said, oh they had another table for two they could seat us at, and took us back up to the front to a bar table right in the path of entrance traffic behind the hostess station.