Oye Como Va . w/ Celia Cruz – Celia & Tito (1999) . Machito Forever (1995) . El Rey Del Timbal . Maria Cervantes (1983) . w/ The Latin Percussion Jazz Ensemble (1980) . w/ Frankie Figueroa – Nina Y Senora (1972) . El Cumbanchero (1965) .
 Tito Puente and Friends – that is Carlos Santana, Armando Peraza, Eddie Palmieri, Rubén Blades, Nicky Marrero, Oreste Vilato, Dave Valentin, Papo Vázquez, Andy González and more – perform at Pier 84 in New-York City >> 21 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Steve Winwood meets Tito Puente and Arturo Sandoval. So the show is called Latin Crossings at Vitoria-Gasteiz Jazz Festival in Spain >> 13,5 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Celia Cruz will join Tito Puente (timbales), Sonny Bravo (p), Bobby Rodriguez (b), Jose Madera (conga), Johnny Rodriguez (bongo), Mario Rivera (ts, fl), David Piro Rodriguez (tp), Papo Vazquez (tb) and Jimmy Frisura (tp) at Newport Jazz Festival in Newport, RI >> 52 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Tito Puente plays with legendary Cuban bassist Cachao at the Atlanta Jazz Festival In Atlanta, GA >> 11 MINUTES on RVM >>
 The Latin Giants of Jazz with Eddie Palmieri featuring All Stars from the Former Tito Puente Orquestra are at Jazzaldia in Donosti, San Sebastian, Spain >> 29 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Tito Puente will be with Sonny Bravo (p), Andy González (b), Johnny Rodriguez (bongo), Lewis Khan (tb), Reynaldo Jorge (tb), Mario Rivera (s, fl) and José Madera (cong) on stage at Newport Jazz Festival in Newport, RI >> 63 MINUTES on RVM >>
Wikipedia : This day (June 1, 2000), in New York City, New York, died Ernesto Antonio Puente a.k.a Tito Puente, a Latin jazz and salsa musician and composer.
@drummerworld : He has a star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame, right in front of the Chinese Theater. Two colleges, SUNY at Old Westbury and Hunter College, have bestowed the King with honorary doctorates for his work in music and his help to young artists through his Tito Puente Scholarship Fund.
@allmusic : By virtue of his warm, flamboyant stage manner, longevity, constant touring, and appearances in the mass media, Tito Puente is probably the most beloved symbol of Latin jazz.
@last.fm : Tito later learned to play a number of instruments, including the piano, saxophone, vibraphone, and timbales (paired high-pitched drums). After an apprenticeship in the historic Machito Orchestra, he was drafted and served in the navy during World War II.