Habana, Feb 4. – Colombian singer-songwriter Andres Cabas, winner of a Latin Grammy in 2002, is one of the Caribbean artists invited to the 21 International Book Fair Cuba 2012, which begins next week.
Cabas will perform in February 18 in the courtyard of the Plaza San Francisco at the Fortaleza San Carlos de la Cabana, on the north shore of the bay of Havana, told Prensa Latina Edel Morales, vice president of Foreign Affairs of the Cuban Book Institute.
Cabas will bring to Cuba for the first time his mix of pop rock with folk elements from his country and native rhythms of the Caribbean coasts as Cumbia, Fandango, the porro and the chamba, among others.
Born in Barranquilla, the 35 year-old singer, successfully debuted in 2001 with songs like "Your Mouth", "My Bombon", "I Never Stop Thinking About You" and "Beautiful."
In September Cabas premiered his new album "Si te dijera" (If I told you), which the collaboration of Argentine musicians Vicentino, Ale Sergi and Andres Calamaro, and Spanish La Mala Rodriguez.
Other artists invited to the International Book Fair will be Barbadian troubadour Myghty Gabby and Puerto Rican singer Danny Rivera.(Prensa Latina)