The late sixties and early seventies proved to be a fertile era for the Miami music scene. Those in the know, know that it was the heavy influx of Cuban musicians who had recently migrated to Miami from their homeland as being responsible for upping the musical ante. Ray Fernandez was the first Cuban musician to incorporate American funk and soul rhythms into the Cuban mix and was truly the "King" of the Miami Cuban music community. Many Miami musicians who are well renowned today have, at one time or another, passed through Ray's court.
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