Thanks to all Jazz on the Tube donors and subscribers!

Your support allows us to provide the world's largest collection of annotated jazz videos online for free to all.

You also make it possible for us to maintain the biggest up-to-date online directory of jazz clubs, jazz festivals, jazz radio stations, and jazz education programs worldwide.

Every month, it costs us hundreds of dollars in web hosting fees to provide this unique information service to the jazz community.

Please consider supporting our efforts. For less than 33 cents a day - just ($10) a month recurring - you could make a huge difference.

Every contribution helps and is deeply appreciated.

Support Jazz on the Tube

Thanks for all your support in all the forms it takes!

Ken, Lester, Henry, Sam, Emilie and all the volunteers

Home | More Videos | About Us | Contact | Subscribe | Donate

Jazz on the Tube

The Internet's jazz video search engine


Oye Como Va

Tito Puente

Subscribe to
Jazz on the Tube

Absolutely free
Every time we post a new video,
we'll send you a notice by e-mail.

First Name:
E-mail address:

Navigation:    Home    More Videos    Back    More videos like this

April 20, 1923 - June 1, 2000


The final performance of Latin jazz composer Tito Puente.

As a boy growing up in Spanish Harlem Tito Puente was influenced by the drumming of Gene Krupa.

After his hopes of pursuing a dance career were dashed due to an serious ankle injury he became the drummer with Machito's band.

Tito's popularity peaked during the 1950s as he gained acceptance with mainstream audiences, introducing Afro-Cuban music to the masses.

Puente received the first of five Grammy Awards in 1979 for his albums "A Tribute to Benny More", "Mambo Diablo", "On Broadway", and "Goza Mi Timbal."

Please share your favorite videos with your friends and colleagues

That's how we grow.


For more Tito Puente videos, click here

See the complete catalog of
jazz on the tube videos

About Us | Privacy Policy | Contact