Vocalist, songwriter, and bandleader Walter Salas-Humara, was born in Florida to parents who were exiled from Cuba. Salas-Humara began writing songs while he was a student at the University of Florida in Gainesville in the early ’80s (where he played in an early version of the Vulgar Boatmen), and by 1985 he had relocated to New York City and was eager to record an album. Salas-Humara began working with bassist and guitarist Bob Rupe, another former Floridian. Calling themselves The Silos, the pair recorded several albums.

Edited by toine1962 on 27 Feb 2008, 09:22

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