Whether you’re taking a walk through Domino Park, or touring the Bay of Pigs museum, one thing remains a fact: the Cuban-American culture that makes up Little Havana in Miami, FL is utterly infectious.
Havana is a city that feels frozen in time. It’s a time-warp that takes you straight back to a laidback Caribbean circa the 1950s when live music was thrumming amid the city streets as locals swayed to the sounds of an idyllic time.
Mix a dash of poetry with a pinch of funk, stir in a whole lot of soul and you have Tank and the Bangas. New Orleans is music. It comes from everywhere, but on this night, their eclectic sound cut through the rabble of street performers.
New Orleans is a live concert waiting to be discovered, and around every wrought iron lined street corner, there is some undertone of musical talent. This city’s statement is one long, harmonious cadence.