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Billo's Caracas Boys

About Billo's Caracas Boys

Billo Frometa left the Dominican Republic for Venezuela on New Year's Eve 1937, and shortly thereafter was the toast of Caracas with his big, brass-heavy orchestra. Famous for his boleros, or romantic songs, Billo's orchestra was fronted by many different popular singers over its long history.

Listen toBillo's Caracas Boyson Rhapsody

Billo Frometa left the Dominican Republic for Venezuela on New Year's Eve 1937, and shortly thereafter was the toast of Caracas with his big, brass-heavy orchestra. Famous for his boleros, or romantic songs, Billo's orchestra was fronted by many different popular singers over its long history.

About Billo's Caracas Boys

Billo Frometa left the Dominican Republic for Venezuela on New Year's Eve 1937, and shortly thereafter was the toast of Caracas with his big, brass-heavy orchestra. Famous for his boleros, or romantic songs, Billo's orchestra was fronted by many different popular singers over its long history.

About Billo's Caracas Boys

Billo Frometa left the Dominican Republic for Venezuela on New Year's Eve 1937, and shortly thereafter was the toast of Caracas with his big, brass-heavy orchestra. Famous for his boleros, or romantic songs, Billo's orchestra was fronted by many different popular singers over its long history.