Pent-up emotions, tuned choirs and an audience that was overflowing with enthusiasm welcomed the Cuban group, who said that they felt like family, a necessary argument to establish complicity with an audience that knew their music and that sang every song of more than 20 performed by Israel Rojas and Yoel Martínez.
A young Salvadoran girl, Carla, who did not stop singing the group’s lyrics, said that it is an unforgettable experience that “we have waited for several years.”
Cubans residents in El Salvador like Angel Luis Campos Cisneros, for whom it was a blessing, “we who are so far from the island, having music from there, at least it makes me very happy, is like having a little piece of one’s land that is a little far from ours but hey, here we are,” he said with some nostalgia.
“For me it has been like a dream come true, I have seen them every time they have come here, I have tried to go see them when they were in Guatemala, so, each time, it is seeing them as if it were the first time, and it means a lot because I have “I grew up with them, with their music, and my family has also instilled in me a love for Cuban music,” said Laura.
I don’t know if there was a storm, if there was a heart, if We are all angels, I know, as Salvadoran Angel Monje, from El Salvador, said, that Buena Fe “always brings us good reflections for life, for our work, without a doubt its music moves feelings, hearts, emotions, memories and continue fighting to generate hope for the people of the world”!
With the extensive tour of his work in 12 albums, Buena Fe sang about love and lack of love, about life, about the reality of the world, with texts full of lyricism and metaphors for the reflection of their audience who know and are eager to have them back soon, as they promised.
In Saturday’s concert the group ended a tour of Central America that also took them for the first time to Honduras and Costa Rica.
In this “unforgettable” performance, the Cuban musicians were accompanied by Manuel Contreras and Oscar, among other local singer songwriters.