Mercy Avila

Mercy Ávila Cuban singer and songwriter. She made her debut in 2003 at the Cabaret Nacional with the Proyecto Latino group, forming part of the musical magazine, standing out as a soloist and dancer. A year later he joined the compilation of dance music “Son Candela” with which he toured the island of Cuba on different tours. It is with Son Candela that she made her first record recording, with the record label Avanti Records, recording the single from the album “Malditos Celos” In 2007 she was chosen to record the theme song for the Habanero Carnivals with Son Candela as the main soloist , sharing with luxury guests, the fabulous Papines, Cuban percussion group pioneers in Afro-Cuban fusion and Rumba.

In 2008 she began her career as a soloist and soon closed her first international contract that led her to tour all over Turkey for two years. In 2010 she was invited to sing with the Antalya Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of maestro Adalberto Ávila. At the end of 2010 he joined the Lady Salsa Orchestra and in 2011 he began with the Las Canelas Orchestra participating in different television programs and countless concerts throughout the country.

In 2013 he resumed his career as a soloist and this time he began a tour of several cities in Canada for 3 months. That same year he settled in the United States of America, where he resumed his career sharing with various musical projects such as the Impacto Ensemble, Miami Riverside Orchestra, Zarabanda, Miami Girls Tumbao, among others. She met music producer Julio Montalvo who offered her a Cuban to join his Big Band and soon after she created her own Mercy Ávila & his Orchestra, where they can listen to his compositions and improve versions of Irakere, Adalberto Alvarez, Chano Pozo etc. She has shared the stage with producers such as Sergio George, Kanye West, Oscar de Leon