Eddie Palmieri

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Nationality: American
Born: Dec 15 1936


Biography

Eddie Palmieri is considered one of the most creative, unique artists in musical history. It is impossible to summarize in a few short words Eddie's trajectory and contributions as a pianist, composer, arranger, orchestra director, and above all, as a leader in producing albums with successful artists and bands.

A self-professed lover of jazz and salsa (a genre in which he was a pioneer), Eddie experimented with Afro-Caribbean beats, giving them an innovative sound.

Over the course of his long and successful career, Eddie Palmieri imprinted his excellence on more than 35 albums, ... Read more

Eddie Palmieri is considered one of the most creative, unique artists in musical history. It is impossible to summarize in a few short words Eddie's trajectory and contributions as a pianist, composer, arranger, orchestra director, and above all, as a leader in producing albums with successful artists and bands.

A self-professed lover of jazz and salsa (a genre in which he was a pioneer), Eddie experimented with Afro-Caribbean beats, giving them an innovative sound.

Over the course of his long and successful career, Eddie Palmieri imprinted his excellence on more than 35 albums, including the following: "Palo pa' rumba;" "Champagne;" "Unfinished Masterpiece" (with the participation of vocalist Lalo Rodríguez); "Sing Sing," which was released twice; "Vámonos pa'l monte" (considered one of the classics of his discography); and "The Sun of Latin Music," the first Latin album to win a Grammy, in 1974.

During his long and successful career, he played concerts and recorded with the Tico All Stars. Later, he performed with the internationally acclaimed Fania All Stars.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Eddie Palmieri is considered one of the most creative, unique artists in musical history. It is impossible to summarize in a few short words Eddie's trajectory and contributions as a pianist, composer, arranger, orchestra director, and above all, as a leader in producing albums with successful artists and bands.

A self-professed lover of jazz and salsa (a genre in which he was a pioneer), Eddie experimented with Afro-Caribbean beats, giving them an innovative sound.

Over the course of his long and successful career, Eddie Palmieri imprinted his excellence on more than 35 albums, including the following: "Palo pa' rumba;" "Champagne;" "Unfinished Masterpiece" (with the participation of vocalist Lalo Rodríguez); "Sing Sing," which was released twice; "Vámonos pa'l monte" (considered one of the classics of his discography); and "The Sun of Latin Music," the first Latin album to win a Grammy, in 1974.

During his long and successful career, he played concerts and recorded with the Tico All Stars. Later, he performed with the internationally acclaimed Fania All Stars.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Eddie Palmieri is considered one of the most creative, unique artists in musical history. It is impossible to summarize in a few short words Eddie's trajectory and contributions as a pianist, composer, arranger, orchestra director, and above all, as a leader in producing albums with successful artists and bands.

A self-professed lover of jazz and salsa (a genre in which he was a pioneer), Eddie experimented with Afro-Caribbean beats, giving them an innovative sound.

Over the course of his long and successful career, Eddie Palmieri imprinted his excellence on more than 35 albums, including the following: "Palo pa' rumba;" "Champagne;" "Unfinished Masterpiece" (with the participation of vocalist Lalo Rodríguez); "Sing Sing," which was released twice; "Vámonos pa'l monte" (considered one of the classics of his discography); and "The Sun of Latin Music," the first Latin album to win a Grammy, in 1974.

During his long and successful career, he played concerts and recorded with the Tico All Stars. Later, he performed with the internationally acclaimed Fania All Stars.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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