Cándido Camero Funeral, Obituary, Service, Notices, Bio, Death: Cándido Camero Passed away on November, 2020, You can send your sympathy in the comment provided and share it with the family.
- Died: November 7, 2020
- Details of death: Died peacefully at his home in New York at the age of 99.
Cándido Camero was a percussionist who is considered one of the fathers of Latin jazz, best known for his conga and bongo drumming. A native of Cuba, where he played regularly at the famed Tropicana Club, Camero came to New York in 1947. There, he began introducing his Latin rhythms into contemporary jazz music, becoming the first jazz percussionist to play conga drums as he helped develop the genre of Latin jazz.
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Cándido Camero passed away today at 99. He is (as far as I know) the most recorded jazz percussionist of all time and appears with too many artists to list. I've always loved his playing on Randy Weston's 1973 album Tanjah. RIP you'll be dearly missed pic.twitter.com/AeCW9dGFFJ
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