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Celia Cruz passed away in 2003, after an amazing 60-year career. Cruz, who was born in Cuba in 1925, rose to popularity singing guaracha in the 1950s. She moved to the United States in the 60s after the Cuban Revolution. Cruz was signed to Fania records in the 70s and made her first studio album in 1974. Cruz continued recording and performing until the end of her life, winning Grammys and Latin Grammys and even eventually being awarded the National Endowment Of The Arts Award from President Bill Clinton in 1994. This vintage Celia Cruz concert poster, in great condition with no pinholes but some discoloration around the edges, is from a rare three-show club run appearance at Sound Of Brazil's in New York City.
Dimensions: 23" Wide by 29" Long