Get ready Miami, a new Salsa dance song composed and Maestro Bobby Ramirez is about to hit the street titled "Pan con Bistec Miami" soon to be available for download on iTunes and Amazon.
"My original composition of "Pan con Bistec" was first recorded in 2001 as an Afro-Cuban Jazz style," says Maestro Bobby Ramirez. "This version which I also composed and arranged sounds very different. It is Salsa music for dancing feet. The song was produced by Grammy® winning musician Marlow Rosado."
Born in Camajuani, Santa Clara, Cuba, Maestro Bobby Ramirez was raised in Hialeah (Miami) Florida where he initiated his musical career, expanding over 3 decades since 1979.
"The song lyrics talk about Miami especially the City that I love, Hialeah", says Ramirez. It also talks about the place in Cuban where I was born: Camajuani."
Maestro Bobby Ramirez leads his band called Pan Con Bistec performing at festivals and special events throughour Florida. He has recorded over 10 CDs that you can fined on iTunes and Amazon.
Mr. Ramirez is the Founder and President of the Jazz Museum of Florida, a unique Florida attraction located in Hialeah, Florida.
"Bobby Ramirez is one of the best flutists and saxophonists from Cuba. His recording (Pan Con Bistec) is an example of a new and fresh sound in Latin Jazz fusion." Elvira Dominguez, El Diario La Prensa (NYC)
"If this stirring little hurricane of an album is any indication, Ramirez may one day inherit Dave Valentin's throne as top Latin flute player." Jonathan Widran, AM
"Ramirez exhibits the strength found in some of the already established Latin Jazz musicians." Egidio Leitao, JazzTimes Magazine