Legendary Puerto Rican singer known as “The Gentleman of Salsa” unleashes an energetic set of tropical hits with his big band
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- Seating: orchestra or loge or lower or upper balcony
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Gilberto Santa Rosa
- Alias: “El Caballero de la Salsa” (“The Gentleman of Salsa”)
- How he earned that title: by holding the record for most number-one albums on the Billboard Tropical Albums charts, by always being sharply dressed, and by opening doors for the ladies of salsa
- How he started his ascent to stardom: as a backup singer with the Mario Ortiz Orchestra in 1976, and then as a lead singer for La Grande Orchestra
- How long he’s been leading his own band: since the early ’80s
- Hallmark moments: when he became the first tropical-salsa singer to play Carnegie Hall; when he received the key to Union City, New Jersey, where he also has a star on the Walk of Fame at Celia Cruz Park