Luis Enrique, one of the most important figures in the late-Eighties romantic salsa movement, is a familiar face on the Miami club scene. The Nicaraguan native, who emigrated to California in the midst of the 1978 Sandinista revolution, has been playing all over town since first following the rhythms of tropical music to the East Coast in 1984. Long after his rise to stardom has made late-night sessions no-work, all-play affairs, the Central American salsero has not been able to keep his hands off the drums. On his... More >>>