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This website has been created out of our love for Salsa music and dance, and to promote anything Salsa-related in the Tucson community.  If you are new to the Salsa world, learn about its origins here.

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Enjoy your visit y que viva la salsa!!

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A Great Day In Salsa

"THERE'S a popular song by salsa orchestra El Gran Combo about a man who asks that the love and praise he's earned in life be given to him while he is still around to appreciate it.

'If you think I deserve it,' the song goes, 'why not give it to me now? Don't wait 'til I die to go to the sacred space and then say that I was a good man.'

It's a song that celebrates the idea that love and tributes mustn't happen posthumously. What's the point, really, if the subject is not there to experience it?"

WikiMindMap Salsa Search

For those of you who are interested in the visual representation of any concept related to salsa, WikiMindMap is a great tool.  This tool allows you to map any article entered in the Wikipedia site relative to any search topic.

Here's an example search based on "salsa dance" search query:

Rueda de Casino with Ritmos Latinos

Los Niños Tambien Bailan

This boy is amazing: 

8 Y Mas Concert in Phoenix

May 28 2009 8:30 pm
May 29 2009 2:00 am

8 y Más is one of the hottest bands to burst onto the Latin music scene. The band is the cooperative effort of internationally recognized Latin musicians/producers, Bobby Allende, Angel Fernandez, Ricky Gonzalez and Marc Quiñones. Considered by many to be some of the best musicians in NYC and beyond, the band boasts an impressive group of stellar veteran musicians that in addition to Bobby and Marc includes Willie Torres (lead vocals), Victor Baro, Samuel Baretto, Arturo Ortiz, Jose Tabares and Manuel Ruiz.

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