Born in Santa Clara, Cuba in 1976, singer, composer, arranger and multi instrumentalist Braily Ramos began his musical education at 11 years old at the Arts Vocational School. Majoring on the trombone, after completing four years at the National School for the Arts (Music University of Cuba) he proceeded to a higher level at the ISA (Instituto Superior de Arte – Universidad de Musica de Ciudad Habana). During his third year there he was presented with the opportunity to tour with the most popular band in Cuba at the time, Manolin “El Medico de la Salsa”. In 1998 he performed with El Medico in Miami where he chose to make his new home. Together with his multi-talented brother, Bayron Ramos, Braily has become the ‘corista’ and trombonist of choice for recordings, live shows and special tv & film performances in the area -most notably with Celia Cruz, Willy Chirino, Albita, Eddie Santiago, Tito Nieves, Ismael Miranda, Huey Dunbar, Carlos Manuel, Alejandro Sanz, Gloria Estefan, La India, Lucrecia and Frankie Negron. Braily is also a founding member of the Miami supergroup Cuban Timba All-Stars. Well known today as star trombonists, the Ramos brothers also prove they are a well-rounded musical powerhouse -singing, composing, recording, playing multiple instruments- on their debut release DISCO DURO.
Santa Clara, Villa Clara, Cuba